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SOU'WESTER 

STAFF OF '49 

PROUDLY PRESENTS 

A 

"SOUTHWESTERN SYMPHONY" 



ADMINISTRATION & FACULTY Maestros 

FRESHMEN Overture 

SOPHOMORES Andante 

JUNIORS Cadenza 

SENIORS Finale 

SOCIAL ORGANIZATIONS Interlude 

CAMPUS ORGANIZATIONS Fortissimo 

SPORTS Allegro 

FAVORITES Dolcissimo 

ACTIVITIES Intermission 

WESTMINSTER Accompaniment 

ADVERTISING : Fantasia 



EDITOR: NANCY MacKENZIE ART EDITOR: PARKER FOLSE 

LITHOGRAPHY: THE STECK COMPANY 




IK MEMORIAM 
DR. ALEXAKDER STACEY 



It is with the deepest humility that we remember Dr. Alexander Stacey. He was more 
than just a teacher; he was a philosopher, and a friend to all who knew him. Dr. Stacey's 
name and spirit will remain forever among us as a challenge to students of the quest of 
truth to which he so determinedly dedicated his life. His very existence came to be centered 
around the eternal and profound question, "What does mean?", and it is by this that we 
shall always remember Dr. Stacey. 



DEDICATION. 
MR. ]OHH D. RICHARDS 




Music is an important part of Southwestern; music is also part of Mr. John D. Richards. 
He has won the loyalty and admiration of everyone through his unyielding demand for 
absolute perfection, tireless energy, generosity, friendliness, and genuine interest in all around 
him. He has set the highest possible goals for those who work with him, and has constantly 
been their guide and aid. He has given and added beauty to our daily life through the music 
which he has helped bring to the hearts of everyone. Because of this — your strength of 
character and quick, eager smile — we lovingly dedicate this annual to you, Mr. Richards, 
our friend and teacher! 







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PRESIDENT OF SOUTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY 




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Business Manager 



DR. W. C. FINCH 

Administrative Assistant 




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M. HOWARD KNOX 
Director of Public Relations 





JACK GILLUM, JR. 

Ex-Students' Secretary 






DR. OSCAR ALVIN ULLRICH 

Dean of the Faculty 

College of Liberal Arts 




DR. HENRY EDWIN MEYER 

Dean 

School of Fine Arts 




RUTH MORGAN FERGUSON 
Dean of Women 



JOHN V. RERGLUND 
Dean of Men 





BERGLUND, JOHN V. 

A.B., B.D., A.M. 

Associate Professor of Religion 

and Church History; Dean of 

Men 



ATKINSON, CARROLL 
A.B., A.M., Ph.D. 
Associate Professor of Education 
and Psychology 








BIERSCHWALE, MARGARET 
A.B., A.M., B.S. in L.S. 
Librarian; Associate Professor of 
Library Science 



BERGQUIST, CARL W. 
A.B., D.D. 
Assistant Professor of Bible and 
History 




BOREN, CLYDE 
B.S., M.S. 
Assistant Professor of English 




BLANK, HORACE R. 

B.S., Ph.D. 

Associate Professor and Acting 

Head of the Department of 

Geology and Mineralogy 








BURTON, W. H. 

B.S., A.M., Ph.D. 
Associate Professor and Acting 
Head of the Department of Edu- 
cation 



BOWDEN, IOLA 
A.B., B.F.A., M. MUS. 
Assistant Professor of Piano and 
Theory 





CAESAR, JACK B., JR. 

B.B.A., M.B.A. 

Assistant Professor of Business 

Administration and Economics 



BUSFIELD, ROGER MELVIL 
A.B., A.M. 
Assistant Professor of Speech 
and Drama 





COMAN, JACK LEDYARD 
A.B., B.F.A., A.M. M.M. 
Assistant Professor of Piano and 
Music Education 




DAUER, DOROTHEA W. 
A.B., A.M. 
Assistant Professor of Foreign 
Languages 



DEUPREE, IRENE W. 

B.S., A.M. 

Associate Professor and Acting 

Head of the Department of 

Home Economics 




DOUGLASS, THOMAS 
B.Mus., M.Mus. 
Associate Professor and Acting 
Head of the Department of Vio- 
lin and Stringed Instruments 




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FERGUSON, RUTH MORGAN 

A.B., A.M. 
Professor of English; Dean of 
Women 



FOX, MARY ELIZABETH 

A.B., A.M. 

Assistant Professor of Journal- 



FRIESEN, ABRAHAM P. 
A.B., A.M., Ph.D. 
Associate Professor and Acting 
Head of the Department of Phy- 
sics and Aeronautics 




GALYEN, ROSEMARY V. 
B.S., A.M. 
Assistant Professor of Physical 
Education 



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GAUPP, FREDERICK 
Ph.D. 
Assistant Professor of History 
and Government 




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GEPPERT, EUNICE CLAIR 

A.B., A.M. 

Assistant Professor of English 





HAHN, DOROTHY ANN 
B.S. in H.E. 
Part-time Instructor in Home 
Economics 



GODBEY, JOHN CAMPBELL 
A.B., A.M., Sc.D. 
Professor and Head of the De- 
partment of Chemistry; Chair-' 
man of the Division of Natural 
and Applied Sciences 





HESTER, GEORGE C. 
A.B., A.M., LL.D. 
Professor and Head of the De- 
partment of History and Govern- 
ment; Chairman of the Division 
of Social Sciences 



HARRIS, JACK B. 
B.S. 
Assistant Coach; Assistant Pro- 
fessor of Physical Education 




JACKSON, BENJAMIN F. 
A.B., B.D., Ph.D. 
Associate Professor and Acting 
Head of the Department of Re- 
ligious Education 



HOWARD, CLAUD 
A.B., A.M., Ph.D. 
Professor and Head of the De- 
partment of English and Journal- 
ism, Chairman of the Division 
of Humanities 




LENZ, FREDERICK W. 
Ph.D. 
Associate Professor of Foreign 
Languages 



JONES, RALPH W. 
B.M., M.M.Ed. 
Associate Professor of Wood- 
wind Instruments and Music 
Education; Director of South- 
western Band and Orchestra 






LUNDBLAD. ELIZABETH R. 

B.S., A.M. 

Assistant Professor of Business 

Administration and Economics 



LENZ, MALI G 
Ph.D. 
Assistant Professor of Foreign 
Languages 





LUKSA, FRANK E. 
A.B., Ph.D. 
Associate Professor and Acting 
Head of the Department of Soci- 
ology 



MANN, BERNICE NELSON 
B.S. in P.E. 
Part-time Instructor in Physical 
Education 



MARTIN, JOHN RICHARD 
University Physician 



McCOY, J. HAMILTON 
A.B., A.M. 
Assistant Professor of Foreign 
Languages 



MEDLEY, RANDOLPH M. 
A.B., A.M. 
Director of Athletics; Associate 
Professor and Head of the De- 
partment of Physical Education 
and Training 



MEYER, HENRY EDWIN 
B.M., B.S., A.M., A.B., Mus.D. 
Dean; Professor of Piano and 
Organ 




MILLAR, ABRAM A. 

B.S., A.M. 

Assistant Professor of Business 

Administration and Economics 



' OSBORN, WENDELL L. 
B.M., M.M. 
Acting Associate Professor and 
Acting Head of the Department 
of Voice 




PATTERSON, WILLIAM 
A.B., Ph.D. 
Associate Professor of Foreign 
Languages 



PUTT, HARRY A. 
B.Mus., M.M. 
Assistant Professor in Brass and 
Voice 





SAMUEL, ALLAH RAKHA 
A.B., A.M., B.T. 
Fellow in Education 



RICHARDS, JOHN D. 
B.F.A., M.M.Ed. 
Associate Professor and Acting 
Head of the Department of 
Music Education; Director of 
Southwestern University Chor- 
uses 





SCORE, JOHN N. R., II 
A.B., B.D. 
Assistant Professor of Psychol- 
ogy and Religion 



SCORE, J. N. R. 
A.B., B.D., D.D., Th.D., LL.D. 
President: Professor of New Tes- 
tament Language and Literature 





SPRINGER, ROLAND ANGUS 

A.B., A.M. 
Associate Professor and Acting 
Head of the Department of 
Speech and Drama. 



SIVELLS, HOWARD CARROLL 

A.B., M.S. 
Acting Associate Professor and 
Acting Head of the Department 
of Biology 




STEELMAN, EDMUND H. 
Th.B., B.S. in Ed., S.T.B., S.T.M. 

S.T.D. 
Associate Professor and Acting 
Head of the Bishop Seth Ward 
Chair of Bible 



STACEY, ALEXANDER A. 
LL.B., M.H., B.D., M.S.T., Ph.D. 
Associate Professor and Acting 
Head of the Department of Phi- 
losophy 





VALONE, ELIZABETH 
EMERSON 

B.F.A. 
Part-Time Instructor in Art. 



ULLRICH, OSCAR ALVIN 
A.B., A.M., Ph.D. 
Professor and Head of the De- 
partment of Psychology; Dean 
of the College of Arts and 
Sciences 




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VALONE, JAMES FLOYD 

A.B., M.F.A. 

Acting Associate Professor and 

Acting Head of the Department 

of Art 



WAGGONER, LUTHER J. 
A.B., A.M., B.D. 
Associate Professor of History 
and Church History 




WANNFRIED, GEORG 

Ph.D., M.D. 

Assistant Professor of Chemistry 



WATTS, HARVEY D. 
A.B., A.M., B.D. 
Associate Professor and Acting 
Head of the Department of Re- 
ligion 



WHITMORE, RALPH MARTIN 

A.B., A.M. 
Assistant Professor and Acting 
Head of the Department of 
Mathematics 



WILCOX, MARY E. 
A.B., A.M. 
Assistant Professor and Acting 
Head of the Department of As- 
tronomy and Meteorology 



WILLIAMS, MYRON L. 
A.B., A.M. 
Professor and Head of the De- 
partment of Business Adminis- 
tration and Economics, Retired 






MRS. MARGARET CORNWALL 

Head Matron of 

Mood Hall 



MISS DOROTHY HAHN 

Dietician of 
Laura Kuykendall Hall 




MRS. BEULAH BRIDGES 

Assistant Matron of 
Laura Kuykendall Hall 





MRS 



INA BELL McLENDON 
University Nurse 
Woodie McCook Infirmary 



MRS. ELLA HUGHES SMITH 

Head Matron of 

Laura Kuykendall Hall 



MRS. REULENE H. STANSELL 
Dietician of 
Mood Hall 




MRS. MAMIE SAUNDERS 

Matron of 

Sneed House 



MRS. MARGARET WILLIAMS 

Assistant Matron of 

Laura Kuykendall Hall 



Not Pictured: 

MRS. IDA MAE WHITAKER 

Assistant Matron of 

Laura Kuykendall Hall 




OVERTURE 




President: Kelly Burkhart 
Vice-President: Charles Dennis 
Secretary-Treasurer: Sue Ann Landrum 



FRESHMAN CLASS OFFICERS 






IN THE FRESHMAN CLASS WE RECOGNIZE: 



Hal Copeland — personality 
Lucile Walker — beauty 
Sue Ann Landrum — leadership 
Bennet Wilson — wuh! 
Donna Schroeder — voice 
Betty Ann Clendennin — height 
Anna Leutwyler — eyes 
Nancy Roesler — scholarship 
Mary Ann Gregory — piquancy 
Frank Severn — his guitar 



Bob Gallagher — individuolity 
Charlie Dennis — sparkle 
Bill Higgins — Joanie 
Jackie Sharp — hustling 
Beverly Jordan — popularity 
Kelly Burkhart — dependability 
Chicken Puryear — wit and humor 
Chester Webb — dancing 
Elaine Broadwell — charm 
Joe Edwards — appeal 




PAUL GORTON BLANTON 
Houston, Texas 



BIRDIE NELL BOX 
Llano, Texas 




JOHN DONALD BYERLEY 
El Campo, Texas 



LAWRENCE J. CESMIROSKY 
Freeport, Texas 




LOUISE BOOTH CROWDER 
Dallas, Texas 



PATRICIA DANNELLEY 
Elgin, Texas 




ELIZABETH ANN ECKMAN 
Houston, Texas 



BARBARA ANN ESKEW 
Waco, Texas 




MARTHA FAIR 
Tyler, Texas 



JOANN LOIS EVANS 
Breckenridge, Texas 




WILLIAM LEE FOLSE 
Beaumont, Texas 



MARTHA FERGUSON 
Houston, Texas 





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WILLIAM HENRY FREY 
Austin, Texas 



CARL EDGAR FRANK 
Laredo, Texas 



JEAN ANNE GIDDINGS 
Beaumont, Texas 




HARVEY FAIRCHILD 
Beaumont, Texas 



JAMES GALBREATH 
Texas City, Texas 




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JAMES THOMAS FENWICK 
Houston, Texas 




FRANCES LYNELL FOUST 
Georgetown, Texas 





ROBERT GALLAGHER 
Breckenridge, Texas 




BETTYE JEAN GRAY 
Refugio, Texas 



VIRGINIA GARRISON 
Lufkin, Texas 



MARY ANN GREGORY 
Miami, Florida 




ARTHUR OLIVER JANSEN 
Georgetown, Texas 



ROSEMARY KENNY 
Sinton, Texas 



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DOROTHY JEANETTE LEWIS 
Hutto, Texas 



NELL LOWMAN 
Bishop, Texas 




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JUNE ELIZABETH LIVELY 
Alvin, Texas 




RALPH HENRY LUNDGREN 
Elgin, Texas 



GERALDINE LUTER 
San Antonio, Texas 





PAUL STEWART McCARROLL 
Phillips, Texas 



BETTY RUTH McCRARY 
Lampasas, Texas 




ANNA CLAIRE LEUTWYLER 
Austin, Texas 




MARIAN GRACE LOOMER 
Austin, Texas 




JO ANN LYNCH 
Bandera, Texas 




JOHNYE FAYE LYONS 
Georgetown, Texas 



MARIAN MALONE McDONALD 
Texas City, Texas 




GLORIA JEAN McGILVRAY 
Houston, Texas 




BENJAMIN BARTON MARNEY 
De Leon, Texas 



MALCOLM MATHISON 
Texarkana, Texas 



NILA MAE MANER 
Harper, Texas 



ROBERT DALE MESSER 
Belton, Texas 



DOROTHY DEE MATTY 
Wichita Falls, Texas 



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FRANKLE JO MONTGOMERY 
Three Rivers, Texas 



KENT OAKLEY MOORE 
San Antonio, Texas 



JOAN ELLA MATTHEWS 
Austin, Texas 





HOMER ELBERT MICK 
Sinton, Texas 




GEORGE MITCHELL 
Houston, Texas 



ROBERT HOWELL MOORE 
Van, Texas 




FRANCES LOUISE MORGAN 
Marlin, Texas 




RUTH MUNSON 
East Columbia, Texas 





CURTIS MORRIS 
Longview, Texas 



GILBERT MORRISON 
Beaumont, Texas 





BARBARA ANN NICHOLSON 
Houston, Texas 



JO ANN OAKES 
Cotulla, Texas 




ALICE ANN PATTERSON 
Junction, Texas 



JOYCE MARIE PEACOCK 
Beeville, Texas 



SAM HAUGHT PASCHALL 
Burnet, Texas 




MARTHA ALICE PERRY 
Paducah, Texas 



ELIZABETH ANN PETERS 
Temple, Texas 



LESLIE FIELD MUNSON 
Georgetown, Texas 




JOYCE ELEANOR O'NEAL 
Port Arthur, Texas 




JAN PEASLEE 
Georgetown, Texas 




DONALD PENNINGTON 
Georgetown, Texas 



MARTHA ANN PHILLIPS 
Houston, Texas 



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BRADLEY PHILLIPS 
Georgetown, Texas 




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RAYMOND GEAN POULAIN 
Phillips, Texas 



VERNA JEAN POGUE 
Burkbumett, Texas 




PHYLLIS REESE 
Hobbs, New Mexico 




CAROLINE ROBERTSON 
Austin, Texas 



JOHN WESLEY PURYEAR 
Ashwood, Texas 




MAXINE RIVERS 
Pleasanton, Texas 





VIRGINIA ROBINSON 
Edna, Texas 




THOMAS WENDELL POOL 
Valley Mills, Texas 



BETTY RASCOE 
Crystal City, Texas 




VIRGINIA ROBBINS 
Austin, Texas 



NANCY ROESLER 
Corpus Christi, Texas 



BEATRICE CAROL POTTER 
Albuquerque, New Mexico 




MARY JANE RECORD 
Hearne, Texas 




JOSEPHINE ROBERTS 
Uvalde, Texas 




SUSAN ROSSON 
Cameron, Texas 




GILBERT SARGENT 
San Antonio, Texas 



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Georgetown, Texas 



EDITH SATTERWHITE 
Buckholts, Texas 



DONNA SCHROEDER 
New Holland, Illinois 






MRS. WANDA SCOTT 
Georgetown, Texas 



HAROLD SELVEY 
Georgetown, Texas 




LEE SHIPP 
Cameron, Texas 



GORDON SIMMONS 
Temple, Texas 



DAVID SCHULZE 
Woodward, Texas 



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FRANK SEVERN 
Austin, Texas 




JACK HAFER SHARP 
Corpus Christi, Texas 



CHARLES SINCLAIR 
Laredo, Texas 




DON KIRK STOCKTON 
Daisetta, Texas 



JOHN HART THOMPSON 
Marlin, Texas 




MARY VIRGINIA WHITE 
Alvin, Texas 



JAMES EARL WILLIAMS 
Tomball, Texas 





MARGARET WINFREY 
Daisetta, Texas 



DONALD WOLFE 
Georgetown, Texas 



KATHRYN WOLFER 
Houston, Texas 






CLAUDE WOOLSEY 
Temple, Texas 



WINNA BETH WORTH 
Houston, Texas 



JOAN YOUNG 
Georgetown, Texas 



NOT PICTURED 



Adair, Robert Alvin 
Berthold, James Albert 
Boggs, Ernest Winifred 
Calhoun, Lester R. 
Castanon, Gilbert 
Castanon, Robert 
Fortinberry, Hyman Lea 
Gondran, Juanita Marie 
Gunther, Robert Max, Jr. 
Hayes, Bobby Archie 
Head, Mrs. Mertie 
Henry, Carroll Cree 
Higgins, William B., Jr. 
Hopingardner, Charles 
Hunt, John Gilbert 
Keeling, Carol Joyce , 
Kelley, Willis Carol 
McRae, Howard Lane 
Malish, Alvis M. 
Pardo, Billie Jeanne 
Parker, Ronald Williams 
Ponder, Charles Bedford 
Priest, John Dalton 
Ranfranz, Mary Alice 
Rankin, William E., Jr. 
Reeves, Edward 
Robb, Samuel Glenn 
Schwab, Edward 
Stubblefield, L. J., Jr. 
Thomas, William 
Vicari, Henry Weldon 
White, Thomas, Jr. 
Wilson, Bennett 



Breckenridge, Texas 
Dallas, Texas 
Florence, Texas 
Georgetown, Texas 
San Antonio, Texas 
San Antonio, Texas 
Columbus, Texas 
Taylor, Texas 
Galveston, Texas 
Conroe, Texas 
Georgetown, Texas 
Austin, Texas 
Longview, Texas 
Houston, Texas 
Brenham, Texas 
Palestine, Texas 
Goose Creek, Texas 
Austin, Texas 
Granger, Texas 
Odessa, Texas 
Georgetown, Texas 
Bartlett, Texas 
Georgetown, Texas 
Houston, Texas 
Galveston, Texas 
Manor, Texas 
Austin, Texas 
Galveston, Texas 
Georgetown, Texas 
Lufkin, Texas 
Taylor, Texas 
Coleman, Texas 
Longview, Texas 










1. Wonder what Ayres was doing at Freshman Orientation? 2. Registration for new students — note puzzled, unhappy 
expressions on all faces. 3. Smiling faces seem to be indicative of something at Faculty Reception, but we wonder 
what caused Dawn Marie to go to sleep? 4. Again registration lines — r did Chester wear his arm out filling out 
cards? 5. Just one glamorous part of the student line at the Faculty Reception. 6. Facial expressions here do not reveal 
any overwhelming school spirit but Freshmen redeemed themselves later — but how did Belle, Colleen, and 
"Beanie" get in the picture — everybody wants to be a Freshman! 



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President: Bobo Hardy 
Vice-President: Jim Youngblood 
Secretary-Treasurer: Betty McCoy 



SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS 



IN THE SOPHOMORE CLASS WE RECOGNIZE: 



Tommy Catlow — originality 
Shelley Smith — friendliness 
Madge Thornall — brain 
Kathryn Leise — scholarship 
Jim Youngblood — courteousness 
Betty Curtis — poise 
Bill Springfield — vitality 
Herman Humble — sportsmanship 
Joe Young — dancing 
John Flinn — his pansies 



Sallye Tom Smith — eyes 
Joyce Sadler — Fashion 
Rollo Means — "Mammy" 
Dick Fly — sweetness 
Frank White — athletics 
Belle Vivion — beauty 
Betsy Martin — personality 
Betty McCoy — refreshing 
Edgar Loessin — talent 
Bobo Hardy — leadership 




RICHARD BRAHM 
La Marque, Texas 



EDNA GRAY BRUCKS 
Hondo, Texas 




ONEY LEE CHAFIN 
Georgetown, Texas 



BETTIE CURTIS 
Cotulla, Texas 








MARY JO DAVIS 
Houston, Texas 



MATT MOSS DEES 
Llano, Texas 



KAY DANIEL 
Conroe, Texas 



MARTHA DE LA FOSSE 
Palestine, Texas 




HELEN DURRENBERGER 
Houston, Texas 



RICHARD FLY 
Hondo, Texas 




NANCY FOSTER 
Palestine, Texas 



ROBERT FROELICH 
Arkansas City, Kansas 



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JIM BOB GALLAWAY 
Georgetown, Texas 




EDGAR POPE HARDIN 
Granger, Texas 



CARROL HARRIS 
Houston, Texas 





GEORGIA HEGAR 
Houston, Texas 




EDWINA HEINSOHN 
Austin, Texas 




JAMES HOFFPAUIR 
Vidor, Texas 



PATTY HOLLOWAY 
Baytown, Texas 



JANET HINSON 
Graham, Texas 




MARGARET HORSTMANN 
Cameron, Texas 




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RUTH HUBBARD 
Shawnee, Oklahoma 




LLOYD JEAN 
Georgetown, Texas 




HERMAN HUMBLE 
San Antonio, Texas 




JOANN JONES 
Taft, Texas 



BARBARA HORN 
Palestine, Texas 




LOUISE IRVINE 
Georgetown, Texas 




JOYCELYN JACKSON 
Conroe, Texas 



GRADYLENE JORDAN 
Houston, Texas 





HABEEB GEORGE KHOURY 
Haifa, Palestine 




DONALD LEE 
New Braunfels, Texas 



ROBERT EARL KOENIG 
Baytown, Texas 



BETTY JEAN LENGEFELD 
Temple, Texas 






LADIS MAREK 
Cameron, Texas 



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JAMES LAUBACH 
Georgetown, Texas 




CURTIS LEDBETTER 
Waco, Texas 




KATHRYN LIESE 
Georgetown, Texas 




EDGAR LOESSIN 
Houston, Texas 




LOLA McGAUGHEY 
Albany, Texas 



BETSY LEE MARTIN 
Rosenberg, Texas 




WILSON McPHAIL 
Houston, Texas 



PATSY ANN MARTIN 
Weslaco, Texas 




NANCY MEDLEY 
Georgetown, Texas 




ANN MATTHEWS 
Sinton, Texas 




GEORGE MICHAEL 
Houston, Texas 




ROBERT MONTGOMERY 
Three Rivers, Texas 



RICHARD F. MOON 
Upper Sandusky, Ohio 




BILL SCOTT OLNEY 
Burnet, Texas 



VIRGINIA PERRY 
Harlingen, Texas 




MARION SCHULZE 
San Benito, Texas 



MRS. COLEEN SCOGGINS 
Georgetown, Texas 



JOHN fAUL SCHULZE 
Woodward, Texas 



PATRICIA SELF 
San Antonio, Texas 




INA MARIE SUTHERLAND 
Uvalde, Texas 



PHYLLIS TRAHAN 
San Antonio, Texas 




3. I. WILKERSON 
Houston, Texas 



ANNA BETH WINDER 
Gruver, Texas 




JOE YOUNG 
Creedmoor, Texas 




EUGENE WOOD 
San Antonio, Texas 



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JAMES YOUNGBLOOD 
Beaumont, Texas 



Ahlberg, Dan L., Jr. 
Aves, Lynn 
Bryan, Peggy Jo 
Collins, Thomas 
Connell, Billy Don 
Crouch, James 
Fromer, Charles Louis 
Graves, Wendell 
Howard, James Ray 
Lucas, Robert J. 
Merritt, George H., Jr. 
Moore, Joyce Ann 
Murray, Jack 
Myers, Nancy Jane 
O'Donnell, Guthrie 
Prince, Jack 

Rathman, Raymond Floyd 
Roberts, G.H., Jr. 
Toliver, Gayle Lester 
White, Frank 
Whitmore, Raymond Lee 



Georgetown, Texas 
Spring, Texas 
Dallas, Texas 
Llano, Texas 
Longview, Texas 
McGregor, Texas 
Eddy, Texas 
Longview, Texas 
McGregor, Texas 
Austin, Texas 
Uvalde, Texas 
Navasota, Texas 
Wharton, Texas 
Sulphur Springs, Texas 
Burnet, Texas 
Georgetown, Texas 
Lampasas, Texas 
Beaumont, Texas 
Georgetown, Texas 
Breckenridge, Texas 
Denton, Kansas 



cadenza 





Henry Sheppard, President; Barbara James, Secretary; Weldon Mays, Vice-President 



JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS 



In the Junior Class We Recognize 



Alice Broadwell ■ — beauty 

Charles Cooper- — wit 

Lawrence Landrum — his caricature 

Barbara James — originality 

Edwin Lockey — football 

Reuben Strickland — comments on S.U. 

Dick Williams — sparkle 

Yvonne Wilson — leadership 

Doris Ann Brown — that lovely car 

Bobo Nelson — his trumpet 



Ann Parr — friendliness 

Henry Reimenschneider — talent 

Jake Shelley — diplomacy 

Colleen Camp — personality 

Butch Jones — smile 

Weldon Mays ^— tennis 

Henry Sheppard — the Megaphone 

Frances Deckard — voice 

Mitch Wommack — drawl 

Pat Brazil — eyes 




JERRY BREEDING 
Fort Worth, Texas 



CAROL R. BURTON 
San Antonio, Texas 




LARRY CROWNOVER 
Llano, Texas 



M. FRANCES DECKARD 
Springfield, Missouri 




JUNE FISHER 
Utopia, Texas 



JOHN W. FOSTER 
San Antonio, Texas 







JOSEPH DOWDY FRAZER 
San Antonio, Texas 





MARGARET GLENDENNING 
McAllen, Texas 




THOMAS M. HAMMOND 
Burnet, Texas 



BARBARA GRATZ 
Honolulu, T. H. 





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EDWARD M. HARTWELL 
Houston, Texas 




HENRY M. HOLLOWAY 
Hondo, Texas 




BYRON M. GRIFFIN 
Lake Jackson, Texas 



AUBREY HUGH HAYNES 
Crowell, Texas 





NAOMI HERSH 
Elizabeth, New Jersey 



JEAN HOWARD 
Brownsville, Texas 




RICHARD W. HESLER 
Georgetown, Texas 



MERRITT HULBURD 
Media, Pennsylvania 




LLOYD W. JONES 
West Columbia, Texas 




ROBERT H. KIRK 
Bertram, Texas 



FRANK KOPECKY 
Granger, Texas 



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D. LAWRENCE LANDRUM 
Galveston, Texas 




GEORGE F. LAWHORN 
Rockwall, Texas 



ROBERT L. LANE 
Georgetown, Texas 



HAROLD LEATHERWOOD 
West Columbia, Texas 






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RUTH LANETTE LEWIS 
Hutto, Texas 



MARSHALL A. LEAZAR 
Fredericksburg, Texas 




ROY WESLEY LUTONSKY 
Taylor, Texas 



DOROTHY McLURE 
Dallas, Texas 



HARPER M. McGEE 
Corpus Christi, Texas 





NANCY LEE MACKENZIE 
Houston, Texas 




WELDON DALLAS MAYS 
Texarkana, Texas 



EDWIN MORRIS LOCKEY 
Palestine, Texas 




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DOUGLAS W, McLENDON 
Georgetown, Texas 



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JOHN J. MANLEY 
Georgetown, Texas 



WILLIAM ELDON MAYS 
Texarkana, Texas 




EDWIN O. LUNDGREN 
Elgin, Texas 




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Cayuga, Texas 




WILLIAM OWEN MANN 
Georgetown, Texas 




ROBERT J. MASSEY 
Jarrell, Texas 



FRANCES LEE MELTON 
Fredericksburg, Texas 




JOE EDD MITCHELL 
Kosse, Texas 







CHARLES H. NIXON 
Lockhart, Texas 






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CHARLES MONKHOUSE 
Hondo, Texas 



ROBERT NORMAN 
San Benito, Texas 




DAN PARMLEE 
Houston, Texas 



ROBERT M. PEAVEY 
Indianapolis, Indiana 



MARILEE MUNGER 
Naperville, Illinois 




JOHN M. NORWOOD 
Carrizo Springs, Texas 




ANN PARR 
Arnarillo, Texas 




BEN WALTER PIEPER 
Dallas, Texas 



GEORGE NELSON 
Taylor, Texas 




PATRICIA OWEN 
Pine Bluff, Arkansas 




ROBERT PATTERSON 
Lufkin, Texas 




HENRY O. PRIEST 
Georgetown, Texas 




GROVER STAPP 
Florence, Texas 



GLEN SWENSON 
Austin, Texas 







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DICK WILLIAMS 
Cameion, Texas 



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Anderson, Quentin 
Caraway, Cecil 
Dewald, Louis 
Forrester, Robin Gray 
Franke, Glen T. 
Gordon, Thomas Weldon 
Guinn, Charles Edwin 
Haynes, Robert Girley 
Henderson, Jeannine 
Kelley, Victor H., Jr. 
Knauth, Lee Roy 
Martinets, Frank E., Jr. 
Swenson, Clyde Henry 
Turner, Bill 
Wooten, William Taylor 



MITCHELL WOMMACK 
Palestine, Texas 



Lockhart, Texas 
Georgetown, Texas 
Fredericksburg, Texas 
Austin, Texas 
Schertz, Texas 
Georgetown, Texas 
West Columbia, Texas 
Salado, Texas 
Beaumont, Texas 
Houston, Texas 
Florence, Texas 
Granger, Texas 
Georgetown, Texas 
Georgetown, Texas 
Georgetown, Texas 



ODELL OSCAR WOOTEN 
Bertram, Texas 




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President: Dwight House 
Vice-President: Bill Ayres 
Secretary-Treasurer: Martha 



[ane Williams 



SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS 



IN THE SENIOR CLASS WE RECOGNIZE: 



Barbara Bailey — talent 

Helen Earle Black — leadership 

Roger Davidson — "Elks Parade" 

Bill Hartley — his smile 

"Bever" Hollingsworth — entertainment 

J. Roy Moses — friendliness 

Betsy Rivet — fashion 

Billy Woods — piano 

"Mud" Williams — sincerity 

Bill Ayres — wit 



Jo Ann Jordan — charm 
Frances Miner — graciousness 
Dwight House — courteousness 
Carmen Abbott — personality 
Royce Miller — sex appeal 
Larry Meredith — the November magazine 
Mima Jean Hardin — reliability 
Elmina Bell — stage presence 
Dana Green — congeniality 
Ernest Bosse ■ — artistic talent 








ABBOTT, CARMEN JO 
Beaumont, Texas 
B.S. in Ed.; June, 49 
Major: Ed. & English 
Zeta Tau Alpha, Pres., 47-48 



ANABTAWI, ISAM N. 
Haifa, Palestine 
B.S.; June, 49 
Major: Chemistry 



AYRES, WILLIAM A. 
Fort Worth, Texas 
B.B.A.; June, 49 
Major: Bus. Ad. 
Phi Delta Theta, Pres. 48, Rush 
Cap. 47, Pledgemaster 47, Sec. 
46, Treas. 46, Cody Mem. 
Award; Senate 47, Cheer Lead- 
er 47, Honor Council 48; V.P. 
Senior Class 48; Vets; Inter- 
Frat. Council 47-48; Men's Pan- 
hellenic Council 47-48; Blue 
Key; Who's Who; Great Greek, 



BAIN, BETTY 
San Antonio, Texas 
B.A.; June, 49 
Major: Rel. Ed. 

Independents; SCA Sec. 47-48; 
IRC V.P. 47-48; Alpha Chi; 
Girls Chorus; A Cappella Choir 



ALBRIGHT, JOSEPH F. 
San Antonio, Texas 
B.S.; June, 49 
Major: Biology 

Science Society, Pres.; Med. 
Ass'n; Alpha Chi; Who's Who; 
Blue Key 




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ANDERSON, HARRY L. 
Fort Worth, Texas 
B.S.; August, 49 
Major: Chemistry 
Phi Delta Theta 




BAILEY, BARBARA 
Dallas, Texas 
B.A.; Jan., 49 
Major: Eng. & Drama 
Independents; Alpha Chi; Pi 
Kappa Delta; Mask & Wig; 
Cardinal Key; A Cappella Choir 




BASS, FRANK M. 
Cuero, Texas 
B.B.A.; June, 49 
Major: Bus. Ad. 
Kappa Sigma; Pi Gamma Mu 





BASS, SAMUEL O. 

Georgetown, Texas 
B.B.A.; June, 49 
Major: Bus. Ad. 



BASS, KENNETH 
Holland, Texas 
M.A.; June, 49 
Major: Psychology 
Pi Kappa Alpha 




BEAN, EMMETT CAREW, JR. 
Houston, Texas 
B.B.A.; June. 49 
Major: Bus. Ad. 
Kappa Alpha, Hist. 46, Sec. 47; 
Pan-Hellenic Council '48 




BELL, JERRY DEANE 
Houston, Texas 
B.A.; June, 49 
Major: English 
Phi Mu 



BORISKI, RAYMOND M. 
Houston, Texas 
B.B.A.; June, 49 
Major: Bus. Ad. 
Kappa Alpha, Sec. 47; Mega- 
phone Staff 46-49; Magazine 
Staff 




BOX, MASON 
Llano, Texas 



B.B.A.; June, 49 
Major: Bus. Ad. 
Pi Kappa Alpha 




BRIGMAN, GEORGE H. 
Uvalde, Texas 
B.S.; June, 49 
Major: Physics 
Kappa Alpha; Science Society 



BELL, ELMINA CHARLENE 
Gregory, Texas 
B.F.A.; June, 49 
Major: Piano 

Independents; Delta Omicron, 
V.P. 48; Mozart Society, Pres. 
47-48; Alpha Ghi, Sec. 48-49; 
Glamazons; Girls Chorus; Stu- 
dent Piano Teacher 47-48 




BLACK, HELEN EARLE 
Georgetown, Texas 
B.B.A.; June, 49 
Major: Bus. Ad. 
Delta Delta Delta; Honor Coun- 
cil; Pi Gamma Mu; Cardinal 
Key; Interdenominational Youth 
Council; Who's Who 



BOSSE, ERNEST, JR. 
Brenham, Texas 
B.A.; June, 49 
Major: Art 

Pi Kappa Alpha; Alpha Chi; 
Blue Key, Pres. 47; Band; A 
Cappella Choir; Jessie Jones 
Scholarship Award; Men's 
Chorus; Annual Staff, 47-48 




BRADLEY, MARYE LOUISE 
Dallas, Texas 
B.S. in Ed.; June, 49 
Major: Secondary Ed. 
Alpha Delta Pi 




BURKHARDT, HAROLD D. 
Topeka, Kansas 
B.A.; June, 49 

Major: Religious Education 
Independents; Blue Key; Men's 
Chorus; A Cappella Choir; 
Band; Ministerial Association 





BURNS, J. D. 
Georgetown, Texas 




BURNS, JOSEPH HENRY 
Cuero, Texas 




CAGE, MORRIS THAD, JR. 
Corpus Christi, Texas 
B.A.; June, 49 
Major: Bible 

Independents; A C a p p e 1 1 a 
Choir; Men's Chorus; Minis- 
terial Ass'n Council 48 




COBB, BEN WILSON 
Calvert, Texas 
B.S. in Ed.; June, 49 
Major: Phy. Ed. 
Independents; "S" Ass'n; V.P. 
Freshman Class 45 





DARE, MILTON KING 
Robstown, Texas 
B.A.; August, 49 
Major: Rel. Ed. 
Pi Kappa Alpha; M.S.F. V.P. 
47-48; A Cappella Choir 47-48; 
Ministerial Ass'n, Sec.Treas. 48, 
Pres. 49, Men's Chorus, Band, 
46-47 




BURNS, JOHN ARTHUR 
Cuero, Texas 
B.S.; June, 49 
Major: Biology 

Phi Delta Theta; Pre-Med So- 
ciety 



BUSSELL, WAYMAN KEITH 
Bay City, Texas 
B.S.; June, 49 
Major: Chemistry 
Independents; I.R.C.; Ministerial 
Ass'n; Men's Chorus 




CARSON, ELAINE MARIE 
Luling, Texas 
B.S. in Ed.; June, 49 
Major: Phys. Ed. 
Independents; Gamma Beta; 
Megaphone Staff, 45-46; Pan- 
Am. Forum; I.R.C.; Kuykendall 
House Council; Life Service 
Group; Band; Mask & Wig; P.E. 
Club, V.P. 



CULPEPPER, KATHRYN 
Tivoli, Texas 
B.A.; June, 49 
Major: Education 
Phi Mu; Girl's Chorus; Mask & 
Wig; M.S.F.; H.E. Club 




DAVIDSON, ROGER E. 
Los Angeles, Calif. 
B. Mus. Ed.; June, 49 
Major: Mus. Ed. 
Kappa Sigma, Guard 48; Blue 
Key; Science Soc; Vets.; Stu- 
dent Asst. Band Director; Band, 
V.P. 46-48; Football Band; Or- 
chestra; Dance Band; Mega- 
phone Staff 






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DAVIS, DAWN MARIE 
San Antonio, Texas 
B.A.; June, 49 
Major: Rel. Ed. 
Independents; Girls Chorus; 
A'Cappella Choir; MYF Council- 
Library Club; Life Service Group; 
Cardinal Key; SCA Cabinet; "Miss 
Southwestern" Nominee, 49 



DAVIS, LEWIS HAL, JR. 
Georgetown, Texas 
B.A.; June, 49 
Major: Sociology 



DIETZ, EDWIN CARL 
Fredericksburg, Texas 

B.B.A.; June, 49 

Major: Bus. Ad. 



DAVIS, GENEVA MARIE 
Houston, Texas 
B.A.; June, 49 
Major: Rel. Ed. 

Independents; Kappa Phi, Sec. 47- 
48; I.R.C., Sec. 46-47; Life Service 
Group; M.Y.F. Council 




DeSIREY, DONALD BATE 
Clinton, Iowa 
B.B.A.; June, 49 
Major: Bus. Ad. 
Kappa Alpha 




DOUGHERTY, JACK B. 
Corpus Christi, Texas 
B.S.; June, 49 
Major: Geology 

Kappa Sigma, V.P. 49; Lithadel- 
phic Society 



DUNCAN, WALLACE W. 
Alpine, Texas 
B.S.; June, 49 
Major: Chemistry 
Independents; Alpha Chi; Science 
Society, V.P. 49; Pre-Med. Assoc; 
Life Service Group; Men's Chorus 




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EGGEN, FLOYD EUGENE 
Clifton, Texas 
B.A.; June, 49 
Major: Art 

Independents; Pan-Am. Forum; 
Mask and Wig 



EDENS, R. MAURICE 
Georgetown, Texas 
B.A.; June, 49 
Major: Rel. Ed. 

Pi Kappa Alpha, Pres. 47-48; Pres. 
48-49; Life Service Group; Minis- 
terial Association; AGappella 
Choir; Men's Chorus; Blue Key 





EMMETT, MARTHA LEE 
Stephenville, Texas 
B.A.; June, 49 
Major: Rel. Ed. 

Independents; Kappa Phi; Life 
Service Group; Pan-American 
Forum 




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ETTER, DOROTHY W. 
Abilene, Texas 




FISHER, JOSEPH F. 
Fairfield, Texas 
B.S.; June, 49 
Major: Biology 

Pi Kappa Alpha; Pre-Med Ass'n; 
Vets 




FISHER, NORRIS DALE 
Mertens, Texas 
B.A.; June, 49 
Major: Psychology 






FOSTER, WILLIAM C. 
Cuero, Texas 
B.B.A.; June, 49 
Major: Bus. Ad. 
Kappa Sigma, G.P. 48, G.M. 49; 
PYF Pres. 46-47; Interfraternity 
Council Pres. 48-49; Men's Pan- 
hellenic Pres. 48-49; SCA Cabi- 
net 48-49; Senior Senator 48; 
Annual Staff 49; Blue Key; 
Who's Who 



FANCHER, WM. CARROLL 
Moscow, Texas 
B.A.; June, 49 
Major: Speech & Drama 
Independents Council 48; Men's 
Chorus; A Cappella Choir; 
Mask & Wig; Ministerial Ass'n 




FISHER, NOLAN M. 
Hutto, Texas 
B.A.; June, 49 
Major: Psychology 



FLETCHER, MARY F. 
Harper, Texas 
B.A.; June, 49 
Major: Sociology 
Independents; Kappa Phi; 



IRC 



Pi Gamma Mu; Pan Am. Forurr 



FRILEN, BARBARA HELEN 
Dallas, Texas 
B.S. in H.E.; June, 49 
Major: Home Economics 
Independents; Pi Gamma Mu; 
Canterbury Club Sec. 48; Mask 
& Wig; Home Ec. Club Sec. 47- 
48, Pres. 48-49 



FULLERTON, FRED M. 
Taylor, Texas 
B.S.; June, 49 
Major: Physics 



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FRY, JAMES 
Burnet, Texas 



B.B.A.; Jan., 49 
Pi Kappa Alpha 





GAILEY, JO ANN 
San Antonio, Texas 
B.S. in Ed.; June, 49 
Major: Sec. Education 
Phi Mu, Sec. 48; Pi Gamma Mu; 
P.E. Club 



GAMBRELL, JOHN B. 
Austin, Texas 
B.B.A.; June, 49 
Major: Bus. Ad. 
Pi Kappa Alpha; Men's Chorus; 
A Cappella Choir 




GAUPP, DIETER 
Georgetown, Texas 







GIFFEN, LARRY 
Nacogdoches, Texas 
B.S.; June, 49 
Major: Chemistry- 
Kappa Sigma, V.P. 47; Science 
Society; Cheerleader 46 




GOETHE, GEORGE ARTHUR 

Georgetown, Texas 
B.B.A.; June, 49 
Major: Bus. Ad. 
Independents; Pi Gamma Mu; 
Alpha Chi; Men's Chorus; "S" 
Ass'n; Vets 



GOETHE, HELEN COCKE 
Georgetown, Texas 
B.F.A.; June, 49 
Major: Voice 

Delta Zeta; Delta Omicron; Mo- 
zart Society; Girl's Chorus; A 
Cappella Choir; Band 



GOLTER, BOB JACK 
Houston, Texas 
B.A.; Jan., 49 
Major: English 

Independents; Freshman Sen- 
ator; Ministerial Ass'n; SCA 
Council Pres. 48; Pi Kappa Del- 
ta; German Club; Mask & Wig; 
Men's Chorus; A Cappella 
Chorus 



GORIL, ROBERT 
Chicago, Illinois 



GREATHOUSE, C. WADE 
Corpus Christi, Texas 
B.S.; June, 49 
Major: Chemistry 
Kappa Sigma 
Science Society 




GREEN, DANA SID 
Marble Falls, Texas 
B.A.; June, 49 
Major: Psychology 
Ministerial Association, Presi- 
dent 47; Vets Organization, 
Council 47, Pres. 48; V.P. 47; 
Senior Class Senator 48-49; Blue 
Key, Historian 48-49; Pi Gamma 
Mu, 48-49; Methodist Student 
Movement, Pres. 48-49; Texas 
Methodist Student Movement, 
Vice-Pres. 47-48. 








GUTHRIE, JOSEPH A. 
Corsicana, Texas 
B.A.; June, 49 
Major: Hist, and Govt. 
Independents 




GRIFFIN, FAYETTE 
Georgetown, Texas 



HARDIN, MIMA JEAN 
Bryan, Texas 
B.A.; June, 49 
Major: Psychology 
Alpha Delta Pi, Pres. 47; Glama- 
zons, Pres. 48; Mask and Wig, 
Pres. 48; Cardinal Key 



HAHN, WARREN W. 
Fredericksburg, Texas 




HARNEST, CHARLEY P. 
San Antonio, Texas 
B.B.A.; June, 49 
Major: Bus. Ad. 

Independents, Pres. 48; Vets; Pres. 
Junior Class, 47; Blue Key; Pres. 
Student Ass'n 48-49; Who's Who 



HARDIN, NELL 
West Columbia, Texas 
B.B.A.; June, 49 
Major: Bus. Ad. 

Delta Delta Delta, Sec. 47-48-49; 
Cheer Leader 47; Football Queen 
46; H. E. Club; Who's Who 




HARTLEY, BILLY J. 
San Saba, Texas 
B.S. in Ed.; June, 49 
Major: Phys. Ed. 

Pi Kappa Alpha; "S" Ass'n, Pres. 
48-49 



HARRIS, WALDO BOYD 
San Benito, Texas 
B.A.; June, 49 
Major: Bible 

Independents; Ministerial Asso- 
ciation; Men's Chorus; MYF Cab- 
inet 47-48 




HENDERSON, DOROTHY FA YE 
Beaumont, Texas 
B.A.; June, 49 
Major: Art 

Zeta Tau Alpha; Cardinal Key; 
Women's Pan-Hellenic; Mask and 
Wig; H. E. Club; Who's Who 



HEACOCK, EDWARD WILSON 

Llano, Texas 
B.A.; June, 49 
Major: Psychology 
Independents; Men's Chorus; 
Band; Mask and Wig; Ministerial 
Ass'n 







HERSH, CECIL S., JR. 
Elizabeth, N. J. 
B.B.A.; June, 49 
Major: Bus. Ad. 

Independents; Pi Gamma Mu; 
Vets 



HILL, LEWIS 
Grosbeck, Texas 



HOGAN, DANIEL DeWITT 
Briggs, Texas 




HOLLINGSWORTH, BEVERLY 
Houston, Texas 



HOUSE, DWIGHT RAY 
Artesia, N. M. 
B.B.A.; June, 49 
Major: Bus. Ad. 

Kappa Alpha; Vets; Senate, 46- 
47-48-49; Honor Council 48-49; "S" 
Association, V.P. 47-48; V.P. Stu- 
dent Association, 47-48; Pres. Sen- 
ior Class 48-49 



JAMES, ROBERT BLAIR 
Corpus Christi, Texas 




HUNT, MARJORIE 
Angleton, Texas 
B.A.; June, 49 
Major: Education 

Delta Zeta, V.P. 46-47-48, Pres. 48- 
49; Women's Pan-Hellenic Coun- 
cil; Interfraternity Council; Annual 
Staff 48 



HUGG1NS, WILLIAM F. 
Georgetown, Texas 
B.B.A.; June, 49 
Major: Bus. Ad. 
'"S" Association 



JONAS, JAMES ROBERT 
Van, Texas 
B.B.A.; June, 49 
Major: Bus. Ad. 
Independents; "S" Association 



JORDAN, JO ANN 
San Antonio, Texas 
B.S.; June, 49 
Major: Biology 

Zeta Tau Alpha; Senior Clat 
Senator; Pre-Med. Club; H.E. Club; 
Mask and Wig Club 





KERN, JANE ELIZABETH 
Palestine, Texas 
B.A.; June, 49 
Major: Rel. Ed. 

Independents, Sec. 48, MSF 
Council 46-48, Life Service 
Group; Kappa Phi; SCA Cabi- 
net, Pres. 48; Cardinal Key, 
Treas. 48-49 




KIKER, ORBIE RAY 
Rotan, Texas 




KNOX, JEAN BERRY 
Lufkin, Texas 
B.S. in Ed.; June, 49 
Major: Education 
Delta Delta Delta, Hist. 48, Pub. 
Chairman 49; Megaphone 48; 
Home Ec. Club; Annual Staff 48 




LANE, WILLIAM 
Georgetown, Texas 
B.S.; June, 49 
Major: Biology- 
Phi Delta Theta 



LEIFESTE, LAMAR C. 
Georgetown, Texas 
B.A.; June, 49 
Major: Psychology 



KHOURY, ADEEB SALEEM 
Nazareth, Palestine 
B.S.; June, 49 
Major: Chemistry 



KIRK, ROBERT ADAM 
Lamesa, Texas 
B.B.A.; June, 49 
Major: Bus. Ad. 
Pi Gamma Mu; Alpha Chi 




LANE, PATRICIA RUTH 
Longview, Texas 
B.A.; June, 49 
Major: Sociology 
Delta Delta Delta, V.P. 48; An- 
nual Staff 48, 49; Pi Gamma Mu; 
Mask & Wig; Pan American 
Forum 




LEE, OLIVER JESS 
Georgetown, Texas 

B.S.; June, 49 

Major: Chemistry 



LEON, BARBARA CAROL 
Lubbock, Texas 
B.F.A.; June, 49 
Major: Piano 

Independents; Alpha Chi; Delta 
Omicron Pres. 48, Pearl Neas 
Music Prize 47, Mozart Society; 
A Cappella Choir 






LEWIS, JIMMIE A. 
Luling, Texas 
B.A.; June, 49 
Major: Rel. Ed. 

Independents; Ministerial Asso- 
ciation, V.P. 47; Life Service 
Group, Pres. 48 



LINDSAY, CHARLES R. 
Granger, Texas 
B.S.; June, 49 
Major: Biology- 
Science Society; Pre-Med. Asso- 
ciation 



LYNCH, RICHARD CHARLES 

Hondo, Texas 

Pi Kappa Alpha, "S" Association 



McCORMICK, CHARLES 
Florence, Texas 
B.B.A.; June, 49 
Major: Bus. Ad. 
Pi Kappa Alpha 



Mcdonald, harvey j. 

Georgetown, Texas 



McINTYRE, THOMAS R. 
Navasota, Texas 
B.B.A.; June 49 

Pi Pappa Alpha; Pi Gamma Mu; 
Vets 




Mclean, ruelene 

Georgetown, Texas 
B.B.A.; June. 49 
Major: Bus. Ad. 
Pi Gamma Mu; Science Society 



McMILLEN, CHARLES E. 
Gladewater, Texas 



McNALLEN, DALE PATRICK 
Breckenridge, Texas 



MANGRUM, MILDRED LA VERNE 

Waco, Texas 
B.A.; June, 49 
Major: Education 
Independents; Life Service Group; 
Cardinal Key; A'Cappella Choir; 
Girls Chorus; L.K. House Council 




MASON, ROBERT HARRELL 
Burnet, Texas 
B.B.A.; June, 49 
Major: Bus. Ed. 

Kappa Alpha, Pres. 47-48; Pi Gam- 
ma Mu 




MANLEY, MRS. TRAVIS R. 
Georgetown, Texas 




MAY, WARREN ROLLEN 
Georgetown, Texas 




MAURICE, ROBERT LEWIS 
Albuquerque, N. M. 
B.S.; June, 49 
Major: Chemistry 
Kappa Sigma; Band; Vets 




MILLER, WILBERT 
Bartlett, Texas 
B.S. in P.E.; June, 49 
Major: Phys. Ed. 
Pi Kappa Alpha 




MEREDITH, LAWRENCE 
Dallas, Texas 
B.A.; June, 49 
Major: English 

Independents; Blue Key; Alphi 
Chi, Pres. 48; Magazine Staff, 
Editor 48-49; SCA Cabinet; MSF 
Cabinet; Men's Chorus; A'Cap- 
pella Choir; Science Society; 
Gloria Hawker Poetry Prize 48; 
Ministerial Association; Mask and 
Wig 



MINER, FRANCES 
Fort Worth, Texas 
B.A.; June, 49 
Major: Psychology 
Phi Mu, Pres. 47-48; Home Econom- 
ics Club, Sec. 47; Spanish Club; 
Pi Gamma Mu, Pres. 48; Cardinal 
Key, Sec. 48; Women's Pan-Hel- 
lenic; Glamazons; Who's Who 



MOORE, ALLEN JOE 
Waco, Texas 




MORTON, BAKER 
Coleman, Texas 





MORRIS, ROSEMARY 
Longview, Texas 
B.A.; June, 49 

Major: Speech and Drama 
Delta Delta Delta; Pi Epsilon Delta: 
Mask and Wig 





MOSES, J. ROY 
Sinton, Texas 



MUMME, DAVID R. 
San Antonio, Texas 
B.S.; June, 49 
Major: Math 



NAGEL, KYLE 
Edna, Texas 




NEAL, LUTHER H. 
Hillsboro, Texas 



PACE, THOMAS J., JR. 
Iowa Park, Texas 
B.A.; June, 49 
Major: Speech 

Pi Kappa Alpha; Mask and Wig; 
Men's Chorus 




PATE, ROBERT JACKSON 
Woodville, Texas 
B.A.; June, 49 
Major: Bible 

Independents; Ministerial Asso- 
ciation 



PETERSON, ROBERT DYER 
Hitchcock, Texas 
B.A.; June, 49 
Major: Sociology 
Independents; Ministerial Asso- 
ciation; Life Service Group 




PHILLIPS, BASIL 
Georgetown, Texas 
B.B.A.; June, 49 
Major: Bus. Ad. 



PIPER, JOHNNY 
Burnet, Texas 
B.B.A.; June, 49 
Major: Bus. Ad. 
Phi Delta Theta; Vets 




PLATT, JOHN W. 
Granger, Texas 
B.A.; June, 49 
Major: Psychology 
Alpha Chi; Pi Gamma Mu; Min- 
isterial Ass'n 




RAGSDALE, OLETA 
San Saba, Texas 
B.B.A.; June, 49 
Major: Bus. Ad. 

Phi Mu; Mask and Wig; H.E. Club: 
Pi Gamma Mu 




POTEET, RALPH HARRIS 
Georgetown, Texas 



REEVES, MAE YVONNE 
Henderson, Texas 




RAMEY, JAMES MELTON 
Georgetown, Texas 
B.A.; June, 49 
Major: Chemistry 
Science Society; Band 




REYNOLDS, HAROLD W. 
McAllen, Texas 
B.A.; June, 49 
Major: Rel. Ed. 

Independents; Alpha Chi; Men's 
Chorus; A'Cappella Choir; Min- 
isterial Ass'n 




RETA, FELIX 

Taylor, Texas 
B.B.A.; June, 49 
Major: Bus. Ad. 

Independents; Science Society, 
Sec. 47-48-49; Glamazons; Cardi- 
nal Key 




RICHARDSON, BETSY 
Mexia, Texas 
B.S.; June, 49 
Major: Mathematics 



RICHARDSON, PERRY DEAN 
Houston, Texas 
B.A.; June, 49 
Major: Psychology 
Independents, Council 45-46-47; 
Men's Chorus; A'Cappella Choir; 
SCA Cabinet 47-48; Ministerial 
Association, Sec. 47-48; Mega- 
phone Staff 45-46; Annual Staff 
45-46 




RIVET, BETTYE 
Beaumont, Texas 




RINN, THOMAS MONROE 
Yoakum, Texas 





RIVET, HOMER GENE 
Beaumont, Texas 



ROBASON, HAROLD VEE 
May, Texas 
B.B.A.; June, 49 
Major: Bus. Ad. 




ROBINSON, BILLY G. 

Mount Pleasant, Texas 
B.B.A.; June, 49 
Major: Bus. Ad. 

Pi Kappa Alpha; Mask and Wig; 
Vets; Pre-Med. Club 



ROGERS, MARGIE 
Georgetown, Texas 

B.B.A.; June, 49 

Major: Bus. Ad. 

Alpha Delta Pi; Pi Gamma Mu 



ROESLER, DON RAMSEY 
Corpus Christi, Texas 
B.A.; June, 49 
Major: Education 
Kappa Sigma; Pi Gamma Mu; 
Blue Key; Vets; Senate; SCA Cab- 
inet; Megaphone Staff; Annual 
Staff; Men's Chorus; A'Cappella 
Choir 




RUNK, CHARLES ERNST 
Alice, Texas 

B.A.; June, 49 
Major: Bible 




RUSSELL, JAMES C 
San Antonio, Texas 

B.S.; June, 49 

Major: Physics 

Pi Kappa Alpha; Science Society 





SALIBO, NICHOLAS JAMES 
Houston, Texas 




SAMUEL, ALLAHA RAKHA 
West Punjab, Pakistan, India 




SAMUEL, MRS. DAISY 
West Punjab, Pakistan, India 




SCARBROUGH, JAMES R. 
Houston, Texas 
B.B.A.; June, 49 
Major: Bus. Ad. 
Pi Gamma Mu 



SCHMIDT, EVELYN FAYE 
Genoa, Texas 
B.A.; June, 49 
Major: English 
Independents; Girls Chorus; 
A'Cappella Choir; Life Service, 
Sec. 47-48; I.R.C., Treas. 48; M.S.F. 
Council 46; German Club; Mega- 
phone Staff 46; Sinfonnetta 47-48; 
Orchestra 49 





SCHWARZER, BESSIE LEE 
Austin, Texas 




SCHULTZE, FRITZ H. 
Brenham, Texas 
B.B.A.; June, 49 
Major: Bus. Ad. 
Independents; Vets 




SHIRES, J. D., JR. 
Georgetown, Texas 




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SEALE, EVERETT YOUNG, JR. 
San Antonio, Texas 
B. A.; June, 49 
Major: Ed. and History 
Kappa Alpha, V.P. 46-47; Inter- 
fraternity Council, Pres. 48 



SNIPES, JACK CLINTON 
Georgetown, Texas 




SMITH, FORREST 
Beaumont, Texas 





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SPANN, HAROLD GLEN 
Gladewater, Texas 



SPELLMAN, NORMAN W. 
Seguin, Texas 
B.A.; June, 49 
Major: Bible 

Independents; Council 45; Blue 
Key, Sec. 48-49; Alpha Chi, V.P. 
48-49; Ministerial Assoc, Pres. 45; 
SCA., V.P. 45-46, Pres. 46-47; Men's 
Chorus; A'Cappella Choir 




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STARRY, EDWIN 
Yoakum, Texas 
B.B.A.; June, 49 
Major: Bus. Ad. 
Kappa Alpha; "S" Assoc. 



STONE, CHARLES 
New Orleans, La. 




TAUSEND, RALPH CHARLES 
Houston, Texas 





TAYLOR, HARRY LAY 
Georgetown, Texas 




THOMAS, J. G„ JR. 
Anderson, Texas 




TITTLE, REBECCA ANN 
Brownsville, Texas 
B.A.; June, 49 
Major: Sociology 
Delta Delta Delta; Honor Council; 
Senate; International Relations 
Club 



TOLEMAN, THOMAS ORRIN 
San Jose, California 
B.S.; June, 49 
Major: Geology 
Independents; Lithadelphic 

Society 




TOOLEY, LESTER LEROY 
Dallas, Texas 



VAUGHN, ELLA FRANCES 
Bay City, Texas 
B.S.; June, 49 
Major: Biology 

Delta Delta Delta; Band; Mask and 
Wig; Pre-Med. Assoc; Megaphone 
Staff; Lithadelphic Society 




VERN, MYRIAN ANNE 
Houston, Texas 
B.A.; June, 49 
Major: English 
SCA Cabinet; Magazine Staff 




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V/EBERNICK, NELSON E. 
Georgetown, Texas 
B.S.; June, 49 
Major: Geology 

Independents; Lithadelphic So- 
ciety 




VERNON, WILLIAM FRANKLIN 

Big Spring, Texas 
B.B.A.; June, 49 
Major: Bus. Ad. 
Kappa Alpha; "S" Assoc. 




WHITE, EDWARD PATRICK 
Mobile, Alabama 




WEISS, LEROY 
Seguin, Texas 

B.S.; June, 49 

Major: Biology 

Kappa Sigma; Pre-Med; Vets 




WILSON, JESSE ELYSE 
Fort Worth, Texas 
B.S. in H.E.; June, 49 
Major: Home Ec. 
Alpha Delta Pi; H.E. Club, V.P. 
Spanish Club; Mask and Wig 



WILLIAMS, MARTHA JANE 
Crockett, Texas 
B.A.; June, 49 
Major: English 

Phi Mu, Pres. 46; Sec. Senior Class 
48-49; Mask and Wig; Spanish 
Club; Sec. Student Body 46; Sen- 
ate 45-46; Life Service Group; 
MYF, Sec. 49; Girls Chorus; Band; 
Miss Southwestern 49 




WITTER, PAULINE 
Ballinger, Texas 
B.B.A.; June, 49 
Major: Bus. Ad. 

Delta Zeta; Mask and Wig; Pi 
Gamma Mu; International Rela- 
tions' Club 



WINSLOW, GROVER C, JR. 
Cullomburg, Alabama 






WOOD, WILBUR RUSSELL 
San Antonio, Texas 





WOOD, JOAN BERNICE 
Georgetown, Texas 
B.A.; June, 49 
Major: English 

Alpha Delta Pi, Beauty 47; Cheer- 
leader 48 





WOODS, BILLIE JOE 
Seguin, Texas 
B.A.; June, 49 
Major: History 



WYATT, RICHARD TILLMAN 
Rockdale, Texas 



YEAMAN, JOHN F. 
Laredo, Texas 
B.A.; June, 49 
Major: Psychology 
Independents; Ministerial Asso- 
ciation; Mask and Wig; Men's 
Chorus 



YOUNG, RUTH 
Georgetown, Texas 
B.S.; June, 49 
Major: Biology 

Alpha Delta Pi; Science Society- 
Alpha Chi; Band 



ZACCARIA, ATTILIO, JR. 
Oakville, Connecticut 





NOT PICTURED 

AINSWORTH, TED FORD — Georgetown, Texas 
BEAVER, MRS. ELIZABETH PLATT — Georgetown, Texas 
BUSFIELD, ROGER M., JR. — Georgetown, Texas 
BIRKELBACH, BERNARD — Georgetown, Texas 
BLACKMAN, DARRELL — Georgetown, Texas 
BIRD, MRS. ALT AX VICKERS — Sinton, Texas 
CARTER, WENDELL CARL — Georgetown, Texas 
GAIDA, EDWARD JOSEPH — Granger, Texas 
HAMRIC, ROBERT EDISON — Corpus Christi, Texas 
HOLCHAK, DOROTHY LEE — Burton, Texas 
LANGTON, GEORGE E. — Del Rio, Texas 
LEE, MRS. MAY ANN — Georgetown, Texas 
MACKINTOSH, ROBERT ALLAN — Georgetown, Texas 
MILLER, ROYCE GENE — Hallettsville, Texas 
MUNGER, JOHN HENRY — Naperville, Illinois 
PALMER, WILLIAM CORBIN, JR. — Port Arthur, Texas 
RENICK, MRS MYRTLE — Bertram, Texas 
RICE, WALTER B., JR. —Austin, Texas 
SHAW, CHARLES C, JR. — Galveston, Texas 
WILSON, ROBERT PRUCE — Burnet, Texas 



Just outside the inner sanctum Zirline An- 
derson, Glyn Hoffpauir, and Nell Hodges 

— the capable staff of the President's office 

— take a minute to refresh themselves with 
a cheery smile for the cameraman. Evelyn 
Schmidt was not present. 





Behind that little sign of advice, "The 
thing that costs the least — and does the 
most — is just a pleasant smile," is one of 
the busiest offices on the campus. The Busi- 
ness Office staff — Lakin, Dolan, Davis, 
McCook, Rader, Jackson, Hilton, and Smith 
— pause a moment to get together for a 
picture. 



The Registrar's Office means grades 
to some people, but to others it means 
much more. The duties of the staff in 
this office range from admission to 
graduation, and usually the Registrar's 
Office is a student-appointed informa- 
tion bureau. Lois Rutledge, Frances 
Melton, Miss Pearl A. Neas, Peggy Jo 
Bryan, Josephine Karr, Fayette Griffin, 
and JoAnn Kilbourn take time off from 
their varied jobs, but as usual, for them 
too, play time doesn't come till 5:00. 





HITEALUDE 




First Row: Cannon, Phi Mu; James, Phi Mu; Jordan, Zeta Tau Alpha; Foster, Kappa Sigma; Brown, Delta Delta Delta; Morris, Delta Delta Delta; 
Haynes, Alpha Delta Pi; Hunt, Delta Zeta; Fox, Delta Zeta; Abbott, Zeta Tau Alpha; Wilson, Alpha Delta Pi 

Second Row: DeSirey, Kappa Alpha; Anderson, Phi Delta Theta; Williams, Phi Delta Theta; Peavey, Kappa Alpha; Hardy, Kappa Sigma; Edens, 

Pi Kappa Alpha 

Not Pictured: Matthews, Pi Kappa Alpha 



INTERFRATERNITY COUNCIL 



The Interfraternity Council is composed of two representatives, President and Rush Captain, from each Greek fra- 
ternity on the campus. It meets once a month, the place of meeting alternating between the various fraternity houses 
and Kuykendall Hall. 

The purpose of the organization is twofold. Not only does the Interfraternity Council seek to harmonize relation- 
ships between the several sororities and fraternities; but also it acts as coordinator between the Greek groups and the 
Independent groups on the campus. The Council aids in stabilizing Greek problems, supports various campus activities, 
and often introduces or promotes new activities which may be of value either to the Greek organizations or to the entire 
campus. 

The Interfraternity Council deserves much more recognition than it actually receives. So also do the Men's Pan- 
hellenic and Women's Panhellenic groups which work under and along with the Interfraternity Council. These groups 
also are composed of two representatives from each Greek fraternity, and they meet once a month to discuss problems 
relating to their respective groups. Their purpose is practically the same as that of the Interfraternity Council, but these 
groups function on a smaller scale and closer to the individual Greek groups. 

All three of these groups operate according to a procedure set up by National Panhellenic Council, and function 
accordingly. They are the valuable link which joins the Greeks on the campus and which links the Greeks with the 
other organizations on the campus, for the benefit of all. 







Picture: Edens, Pi Kappa Alpha; Williams, Phi Delta Theta; Anderson, Phi Delta Theta; Foster, Kappa Sigma; DeSirey, Kappa 
Alpha; Peavey, Kappa Alpha 

Not Pictured: Jerry Mathews, Pi Kappa Alpha 

MEN'S PANHELLENIC COUNCIL 




First Row: Cartwright, Zeta Tau Alpha; Jordan, Delta Zeta; Brown, Delta Delta Delta; Cannon, Phi Mu; Ferguson; Liese, Delta 
Delta Delta 

Second Row: Laws, Alpha Delta Pi; Burns, Alpha Delta Pi; Daniel, Delta Zeta; James, Phi Mu; Rivet, Zeta Tau Alpha 

WOMEN'S PANHELLENIC COUNCIL 




First Row: Blocksom, Bradley, Briqham, Butler, Cameron, Churchill, Clendennin 

Second Row: Ehman, Evans, Forsvall, Garrison, Giddings, Hardin 

Third Row: Haynes, Howard, Hyde, Kermeth, Landrum, Lowman, McCoy 

Fourth Row: Overton, Rogers, Rowntree, Skelton, Smith, Sneed, Terry 

Fifth Row: Webster, White, Williams, Wood, Wilson J., Young R., Young J. 



ALPHA DELTA PI 

President: Marjorie Laws 
Vice-President: Yvonne Wilson 
Secretary: Ann Parr 
Treasurer: Charlotte Hyde 

Alpha Delta Pi was founded at Wesleyan Female College in Macon, Georgia, in 1851. Zeta Chapter of Alpha Delta Pi 
was established at Southwestern University in 1907. The Faculty Advisor is Mrs. John V. Berglund. There are four Alumna 
Advisors: Mrs. I. J. McCook Jr., Mrs. Calvin Sanders, Mrs. Wallace Evans, and Mrs. Billy Hoffman. 



Laws 



Wilson 



Parr 



Hallauer 




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First Row: Anderegg, Baker, Baltzer, Beaver, Black Brodnax, Brown 

Second Row: Clark, Cone, Corwin, Crow, Crump, Dalchau, Ellet 

Third Row: Etter, Fair, Jones, Knox, Liese, Morris, Munson 

Fourth Row: McKinney, Powell, Ross, Smith, Spencer, Strange, Sutherland 

Fifth Row: Tittle, Trout, Vaughn, Wales, Ward 

Not Pictured: Ranfranz 

New Pledges: Louise Crowder, Hallie Ann Hodges, Frances Melton 



DELTA DELTA DELTA 

President: Doris Anne Brown 
Vice-President: Patricia Lane 
Secretary: Nell Hardin 
Treasurer: Nancy Medley 

Delta Delta Delta was founded in 1888 at Boston University in Boston, Massachusetts. Theta Epsilon Chapter was founded 
at Southwestern University in 1911. The Faculty Advisor is Dr. J. C. Godbey, and the Alumna Advisor is Mrs. J. N. R. Score. 



Lane 



Hardin 



Medley 





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First Row: Barr, Barton, Bell, Carmichael, Daniel, Dannelley, Davis 

Second Row: Deschner, Diltz, Dreylinq, Durrenberger, Fernandez, Faust, Gallaway 

Third Row: Gibbs, Goethe, Haster, Hegar, Helton, Jordan B., Jordan G. 

Fourth Row: King, Lyons, Mainz, Matty, Nicholson, Owen, Phillips 

Fifth Row: Reese, Reeves, Shine, Webb, Winder, Witter 

New Pledges: Gretchen Becker, Jan Peaslee, Judy Purgason 



DELTA ZETA 

President: Margie Hunt 
Vice-President: Beverly Fox 
Secretary: Bette Curtis 
Treasurer: Jeanne Bordeaux 



Delta Zeta was founded at Miami University in Oxford, Ohio, in 1902. In 1946 a local sorority known as Lambda Sigma 
Gamma was established as Gamma Zeta Chapter of Delta Zeta. The Alumna Advisor is Mrs. Huie, and the Faculty Advisor 
is Mrs. Angus Springer. 



Hunt 



Fox 



Curtis 




Bordeaux 



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MISS GRAY BRUCKS 
SWEETHEART OF INDEPENDENT ASSOCIATION 




First Row: Harnest, Mangrum, Weston 
Second Row: Green, Webb, Richardson 



COUNCIL OF THE FALL SEMESTER 

President: Charles Harnest 
Vice-President & President of 

the Girls: Mildred Mangrum 
Secretary-Treasurer: Margaret Weston 
General Planning: Don Lee 
Program Chairman: B. J. Wilkerson 
Food Chairman: Elaine Carson 
Publicity: Barbara Eskew, Carroll Fancher 



COUNCIL OF THE SPRING SEMESTER 

President: Dana S. Green 
Vice-President & President of 

the Girls: Marilynn Webb 
Secretary-Treasurer: Betsy Richardson 
General Planning: Henry Holloway 
Program Chairman: Kelly Burkhart 
Food Chairman: Jake Shelley 
Publicity: Harvey Fairchild, Willo Steinman 



INDEPENDENT ASSOCIATION 

The purpose of the Independent Association is to work for the common welfare of students by 
providing social activities for those who are not affiliated with any primarily social Greek letter 
fraternity on this campus and by providing an opportunity for training in the principles of democ- 
racy. 



ROSTER OF MEMBERS 



Lynn Aves 
Ann Anderson 
Helen Bartak 
Elmina Bell 
Ella Blankenship 
Mary Emma Blasdel 
Eddie Brandt 
Bill Breed 
Anne Brevard 
Aneita Briley 
Moneita Briley 
Billie Ann Brown 
Darlene Brucks 
Gray Brucks 
Harold Burkhardt 
Kelly Burkhart 
Don Byerley 
M. T. Cage 
Joe Cavness 
L. J. Cesmirosky 
Gloria Chamberlain 
John Charles 
Jo Ann Clements 
Dawn Davis 
Geneva Davis 
Hank Deschner 
Calvin Dickinson 
Wallace Duncan 
Marilyn Dusek 
Ann Eckman 



Joe Edwards 
Floyd Eggan 
Martha Emmett 
Harvey Fairchild 
Carroll Fancher 
June Fisher 
Bruce Galloway 
Margaret Glendenning 
Dana Green 
Blitz Griffin 
Walter Hankla 
Charles Harnest 
Boyd Harris 
Ed Hartwell 
Ed Heacock 
Naomi Hersh 
Mary Kay Hewlett 
Janet Hinson 
Tom Hodges 
Henry Holloway 
Charles Hopingardner 
Bill House 
Merritt Hulburd 
Herman Humble 
Louise Irvine 
Suzette Irvine 
Bonnie June Jackson 
Maryneal Jackson 
Lem Joiner 
Robert Joiner 



Rosemary Kenny 
Jane Kern 
Curtis Ledbetter 
Jimmie Lewis 
Marian Loomer 
Edwin Lundgren 
Jo Ann Lynch 
Alvis Malish 
Ben Marney 
Ann Matthews 
Alice Mayfield 
Lawrence Michalka 
George Mitchell 
Robert Moore 
Marian McDonald 
Lola McGaughey 
Bonnie Newton 
Jo Ann Oakes 
Joyce O'Neal 
Alice Patterson 
Robert Patterson 
Joyce Peacock 
Virginia Perry 
Althea Peterson 
Arthur Pry 
Joe Ray 
Felix Reta 
Lewis Reed 

Henry Reimenschneider 
Betsy Richardson 
Perry Richardson 



Maxine Rivers 
Virginia Robinson 
Susan Rosson 
Edith Satterwhite 
Evelyn Schmidt 
Donna Schroeder 
David Schulze 
J. P. Schulze 
Bess Schwarzer 
Jake Shelley 
Eleanor Sloat 
Joy Spaw 
James Staff 
Duane Stearns 
Willo Steinman 
Harriet Stewart 
Joyce Terry 
Harold Treibs 
John Hart Thompson 
Lucile Walker 
Grady Walton 
Earnestine Warren 
Mary Jane Wasson 
Marilynn Webb 
Tom Weisinger 
Catherine Weeks 
Ed White 
Kay Wolfer 
Beth Worth 
John Yeaman 
Joe Young 




miss colleen; camp 
sweetheart of kappa alpha fraternity 




First Row: Atkinson, Avant, Baker, Bean, Brigman, DeSirey 

Second Row: Folse, Flinn, Guthrie, Hahn, Hammond, House 

Third Row: Koenig, Lawhorn, Leatherwood, McNallen, Mason, Olney 

Fourth Row: Patterson, Pool, Rinn, Seale, Severn, Starry 

Fifth Row: Stonecipher, Thomas, Tooley, Vernon, Wood, Wyatt 

Not Pictured: Adair, Collins, Connell, Gaida, Graves, Guinn, Hamric, Higgins, Johnson, Martinets, Merritt, Rathman, Schwab, White, Wilson, Pearson 

KAPPA ALPHA 

President: Robert Peavey 
Vice-President: Marvin Gray 
Secretary: Raymond Boriski 
Treasurer: Lloyd Jones 

Kappa Alpha was founded at Washington and Lee University in 1865. Xi Chapter at Southwestern was founded in 1883. 
The Alumnus Advisor and Faculty Advisor is Dr. I. J. McCook. 



Peavey 



Gray 



Boriski 



Jones 







MISS MARILYN; ROBERSON 
SWEETHEART OF KAPPA SIGMA FRATERNITY 




First Row: Adkins, Baker, Bass, Byrom, Cary, Cooper, Davidson, Dougherty 

Second Row; Fenwick, Foster, Frazer, Gallagher, Gallaway, Giffen, Greathouse, Guffie 

Third Row: James, McPhail, McMillen, Musch, Puryear, Roesler, Sharp, Shell 

Fourth Row: Sheppard G., Sheppard H., Smith F., Smith Sh., Smith St., Springfield, Weiss, Weyman 

Fifth Row: White, Williams, Woolls, Vineyard, Youngblood 

Not Pictured: Manley, Maurice, Means, Murry 



KAPPA SIGMA 

Grand Master: Bobo Hardy 
Grand Procurator: Charles Nixen 
Grand Scribe: Dick Fly 
Grand Treasurer: Larry Crownover 

Kappa Sigma was founded in the United States at the University of Virginia in Charlottesville, Virginia, in 1869. Iota 
Chapter of Kappa Sigma was founded at Southwestern in 1888. The Faculty Advisor is Mr. Jack Coman, and the Alumnus 
Advisor is Mr. Arpee Davis. 



Hardy 



Nixen 



Fly 



Crownover 





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First Row: Anderson, Armstrong, Ayres, Blanton, Burns, Burton, Catlow 

Second Row: Copeland, Darland, Dennis, Folse, Foster, Griffin, Hardin 

Third Row: Harris, Johnson, Hoffpauir, Landrum, Lane, Mathison, McHenry, Monkhouse 

Fourth Row: Morris, Morrison, Munson, Nelson, Sells D., Switzer, Wolfe, Wommack 

Not Pictured: Burns J., Gunther, Hayes, Howard, Rankin 

New Pledges: Don Pennington, Lester Peterman, Ralph Russell, Hilary Wilson 



PHI DELTA THETA 

President: Dick Williams 
Vice-President: Edgar Loessin 
Secretary: George Sells 
Treasurer: Bob Bisbey 

Phi Delta Theta was founded in 1848 at Miami University in Oxford, Ohio, as part of the well-known Miami Triad. Texas 
Gamma Chapter was founded at Southwestern in 1886. The Alumnus Advisor is Judge Sam V. Stone and the Faculty 
Advisor is Mr. Harvey D. Watts. 



Williams 



Loessin 



Sells 



Bisbey 








First Row: Behrens, Bel), Broadwell A., Broadwell E., Butler, Culpepper, Cope 

Second Row: Deckard, Dillard, Du Bois, Dyche, Ezell, Foster, Gailey 

Third Row: Gratz, Hollingsworth, Horn, Hubbard, James, Lilly, Martin B. 

Fourth Row: Martin P., Miner, Munger, Peters, Ragsdale, Roberts, Robertson, Roesler 

Fifth Row: Smoot, Thornall, Tidwell, Traylor, Wagner, Williams E., Williams M., Winfrey 

New Pledges: Janette Bowmer, Margaret Horstmann, Margaret Weston 



PHI MU 

President: Barbara Cannon 
Vice-President: Ruth McCain 
Secretary: Nancy Mackenzie 
Treasurer: Patty Holloway 

Phi Mu was founded at Wesleyan College at Macon, Georgia, in 1852. Xi Kappa Chapter was founded on the South- 
western campus in 1908. It was reinstated in 1941. The Faculty Advisor is Mrs. Lamar Leifeste. The Alumna Advisor is Mrs. 
Hobson Martin. 



Cannon 



McCain 



Mackenzie 



Holloway 







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MISS RUTH McCAlH 
SWEETHEART OF PI KAPPA ALPHA FRATERNITY 



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First Row: Armstrong, Bass C, Bass K., Boozer, Bosse, Box, Brandt, Breeding 

Second Row: Buttery, Cavitt, Dare, Dees, Delbridge, Deschner, Duncan, Eimann 

Third Row: Fry, Gambrell, Gore, Hartley, Hesler, Hill, Kiker, Lane 

Fourth Row: Lockey, Lundgren E., Lundgren R., Lynch, Mays W., Michael, Mick, Miller 

Fifth Row: McCormick, Mclntyre, Moses, Parmlee, Prigmore, Ouigley, Robertson 

Sixth Row: Robinson, Russell, Slaughter, Snoga, Stapp, Stockton, Townsend 

Not Pictured: Hunt, Kelley, Lane, Pace 

New Pledges: L. L. Ainsworth, Ray Arbuckle, Don Lee, Robert Moore, Earl Nelson, B. J. Wilkerson 

PI KAPPA ALPHA 

President: Maurice Edens 
Vice-President: Eldon Mays 
Secretary: John Walton 
Treasurer: Gerald Matthews 

Pi Kappa Alpha was founded at the University of Virginia in Charlottesville, Virginia, in 1868. The Southwestern 
chapter was first founded in 1910, and then reactivated in 1948. The Faculty Advisor is Mr. J. H. McCoy and the Alumnus 
Advisor is Mr. Herman Sullivan. 



Edens 



Mays 



Walton 



Mathews 





First Row: Briggs, Bryan B., Bryan V. R., Camp, Cartwright, Cook, Deming 

Second Row: Griffith, Henderson, Herring, Lengefeld, Leuter, Leutwyler, Manley 

Third Row: Matthews, Sadler, Taylor, Vineyard, Vivion 

Not Pictured: Keeling 

New Pledges: Sue Birdwell, Peggy Jo Bryan, Hortense Nabours 



ZETA TAU ALPHA 

President: Carmen Abbott 
Vice-President: Bettye Rivet 
Secretary: Norma Ruth Shult 
Treasurer: JoAnn Jordan 



Zeta Tau Alpha was founded at Virginia State Normal at Farmsville, Virginia, in 1898. Lambda Chapter was founded on 
the Southwestern campus in 1906. The Alumna Advisor is Mrs. William S. Lott, and the Faculty Advisor is Miss Mary Wilcox. 



Abbott 



Rivet 



Shult 



Jordan 




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PRESIDENT OF THE STUDENT ASSOCIATION 

CHARLEY PARRISH HARNEST 
San Antonio, Texas 

Charley Harnest, our popular Student Body Presi- 
dent, is a Senior student, majoring in Business Ad- 
ministration. He is a member of the Student Senate, 
Who's Who, Blue Key, DeMolay, and the Veteran's 
Organization. He has served on the S.C.A. Council 
in '47, as President of the Independents in '48-'49, 
President of the Junior Class in '47-'48, and this year 
as President of the Student Body. 



VICE-PRESIDENT OF THE STUDENT ASSOCIATION 

JOE WADE STANSELL 
Killeen, Texas 

Joe Stansell is a Junior student, and is married to 
Mrs. Reulene Hibler Stansell, dietitian of Mood Hall. 
He is a member of the Kappa Sigma Fraternity, the 
Veteran's Organization, Blue Key, the Student Senate, 
and is chairman of the Honor Council. He has played 
on the Football Squad for three years, and is now 
Vice-President of the Student Body. 





SECRETARY OF THE STUDENT ASSOCIATION 

FRANCES DECKARD 
Springfield, Missouri 

Frances Deckard is a Junior, and is well-known to 
everyone for her fine singing. She is a Fine Arts 
major, member of the Phi Mu Sorority, the A Capella 
Choir, Cardinal Key, Student Senate, Mozart Society, 
Women's Chorus, Church Choir, and is President of 
Delta Omicron, Soloist for the Men's Chorus, Secre- 
tary of the Fine Arts School, and Secretary of the 
Student Body. 




First Row: Copeland (1), Cooper (3), Deckard (3), Eskew (1), Fly (2) 
Second Row: Foster B. (4), Foster J. (3), Foster N. (3), Green (4), Hall (2) 
Third Row: Harnest (4), House (4), Jordan (4), Means (2), Parr (3) 
Fourth Row: Roesler (1), Sheppard (3), Stansell (4), Stockton (1), Tittle (4) 
Not Pictured: Hardin J., Roesler O. 



STUDENT SENATE 

President: Charley Harnest 
Vice-President: Joe Stansell 
Secretary: Frances Deckard 
Not Pictured: Hardin J., Roesler D. 



The Student Senate is Southwestern's functioning organization of student government. Members are nominated by each 
class and voted on by the respective classes in the spring. All nominees must be approved by the faculty. 

The Senate meets regularly each week to discuss matters of importance to the student body and decide questions relating 
to student government problems. The Senate also has been responsible recently for many new projects and improvements 
made around Southwestern. Their tireless efforts and determination to gain for the Southwestern students the advantages 
and opportunities available on larger campuses have met with high commendation and approval from both students and 
faculty. 




First Row: Bill Ayres, Helen Earle Black, Darlene Brucks, Dwight House, Curtis Ledbetter 
Second Row: Eldon Mays, Jake Shelley, Joe Stansell, Rebecca Tittle 



HONOR COUNCIL 



Plans for an Honor Council at Southwestern originated with the Student Senate in the spring of 1948. The actual organ- 
ization became effective in the fall of 1949, following a vote of the student body. Members of the Honor Council were 
nominated by the Student Senate, approved by the administration, and elected by the student body as a whole. This 
Honor Council is the first real step toward complete student government. 

The honor system at Southwestern is based on the principle that a student when placed on his honor will not violate 
this trust. Under this Honor Council, both students and faculty have certain responsibilities, and the Honor Council acts as 
coordinator and mediator. It acts as the judge of all charges made as a result of violation of the honor system. 

The Chairman of the Council is the Vice-President of the Student Association, this year Joe Stansell. Membership of 
the Council consists of the Chairman, two members each from the Senior, Junior, and Sophomore classes, and two members 
from the Student Senate, a total of nine members. Dwight House and Rebecca Tittle are the representatives from the 
Senate, Bill Ayres and Helen Earle Black are the representatives from the Senior class, Eldon Mays and Jake Shelley from 
the Junior class, and Darlene Brucks and Curtis Ledbetter from the Sophomore class. 

So far the Honor Council has been most effective, and the fact that all meetings are conducted secretly is beneficial to 
all concerned. The members of the Honor Council have a responsibility not to be belittled; the success of the plan and the 
possibility of future extension of student government rests on them. 




First Row: Joseph Allbright, Bill Ayres, Kenneth Bass, Helen Earle Black 
Second Row: Bill Foster, Nell Hardin, Charley Harnest, Dorothy Henderson 
Third Row: Barbara Leon, Lamar Leiteste, Frances Miner 



WHO'S WHO 



The Who's Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges is a national honor society for outstanding 
and representative students on American university and college campuses. Each year a secret faculty committee nomi- 
nates certain such students from among the senior group for membership in Who's Who. These candidates are approved 
by Who's Who, and members are officially notified of their membership and honor. 

Each year Who's Who publishes a book entitled Who's Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges, 

and it is in this volume that the honored students receive their prime recognition. Included in the volume are a brief 
biographical sketch of the student and also a sketch of the student's college career. Membership in Who's Who is a sig- 
nificant honor highly prized by all college students, and Southwestern is extremely proud of its fine members. 




First Row: Albright, Bain, Bell, Bosse, Brigman, Delbridge 
Second Row: Duncan, Goethe, Hahn, Khoury, Kirk, Lewis 
Third Row: Manley, Meredith, Piatt, Pry G., Reed, Reynolds 
Fourth Row: Spann, Spellman, Webb, Young 



ALPHA CHI 

President: Lawrence Meredith 
Vice-President: Norman Spellman 
Secretary-Treasurer: Elmina Bell 



Alpha Chi originated at Southwestern as the Southwestern University Scholarship Society in 1915. Eventually this 
and similar honor societies became organized nationally, and the name was changed to Alpha Chi. Members of the Texas 
Alpha chapter, the local society, are elected from among the top or ranking tenth of the junior and senior classes. All mem- 
bers elected to the local society become members of national Alpha Chi and are entitled to all its privileges. Its aims, 
according to the Constitution, are stimulation, development, and recognition of scholarship and character. Membership in 
Alpha Chi is considered the highest scholastic honor that can be conferred upon a student of Southwestern. 




First Row: Atkinson, Bass, Berglund, Bergquist, Black, Brazil, Brown, Burton 

Second Row: Carlson, Charles, Deupree, Eimann, Fernandez, Finch, Frilen, Fletcher 

Third Row: Fry, Fox, Galyen, Gaupp, Gailey, Goethe, Green, Hahn D. 

Fourth Row: Hahn W., Hersh, Hester, Kirk, Lane, Lee Luksa, Lundblad 

Fifth Row: Mclntyre, McLean, Manley, Mann, Mason, Medley, Miner, Munger 

Sixth Row: Nagel, Neas, Piatt, Ragsdale, Reed, Reeves, Rinn, Roesler 

Seventh Row: Rogers, Rosenblad, Scarbrough, Score, Score, Scott, Snipes, Springer 

Eighth Row: Stacey, Steelman, Taylor, Ullrich, Waggoner, Watts, Williams, Witter 



PI GAMMA MU 



President: Frances Miner 
Vice-President: Warren Hahn 
Secretary: Helen Earle Black 



Pi Gamma Mu is a national undergraduate honor society in the social sciences. It was organized nationally in 1924, and a 
strong charter chapter was established at Southwestern. Any officer, member of the teaching staff, alumnus, graduate student, 
senior, or junior whose chief work and interest is in the social sciences, whose scholarship is high, and who manifests special 
aptitude in social sciences, is eligible for membership. 




First Row: Allbright, Ayres, Bass, Bosse, Burkhart 
Second Row: Davidson, Edens, Foster, Green, Harnest 

Third Row: McNallen, Meredith, Roesler, Spellman, Watts 



BLUE KEY 

President: Ernest Bosse 
Vice-President: Harold Burkhart 
Corresponding Secretary: Larry Meredith 
Recording Secretary and Treasurer: Pat McNallen 
Alumni Secretary: Norman Spellman 
Historian: Dana Green 

Blue Key, established at Southwestern in 1948, is a national leadership fraternity for young men in colleges and universities. 
Its purpose is to foster leadership among students, encourage student activities, and act as a co-ordinator between students 
and faculty. 

Since Blue Key first was organized here it has taken a vital interest in all campus functions. Comparable to the Cardinal 
Key organization for young women, it has already become one of the most capable organizations on the campus. 



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First Row: Bailey, Black, Davis, Ferguson, Hahn 
Second Row: Hardin, Henderson, Kern, Leon, Mangrum 
Third Row: Miner, Richardson, Webb, Wood 



CARDINAL KEY 



Cardinal Key is a national honor sorority for women leaders in colleges and universities. National Cardinal Key established 
a chapter here at Southwestern on May 14, 1948. 

The major purposes of the organization are: to recognize achievement in scholarship and extra-curricular activities; to 
advance religion, patriotism, and service by affording training for leadership in the college community; and to develop 
character by application of the Cardinal virtues of living. 

Cardinal Key corresponds to the Blue Key organization for men. Here at Southwestern it serves as an important link between 
students and faculty, and the work of Cardinal Key already has proven its worth many times over. 




Peterson 



Dare 



Ray 



Cage 



MINISTERIAL ASSOCIATION 



President: Robert Peterson 
Secretary-Treasurer: Milton Dare 
Worship Chairman: Joe Ray 
Personal Contact: M, T. Cage, Jr. 
Sponsor: Mr. Harvey Watts 



ROSTER OF MEMBERS 



Harvey Barron-Hurlbut 
Paul Blanton 
Wayman Bussell 
Morris T. Cage, Jr. 
Wallace Cayard 
Wayne Cravey 
Milton Dare 
Charles Dennis 
Tommie Duncan 
Harvey Fairchild 
Carroll Fancher 
Charles Fay 
Nolan Fisher 
Norris Fisher 
Richard Fly 
Charles Fromer 
Bruce Galloway 
Bob Jack Goiter 
Dana S. Green 
Waldo Boyd Harris 
Ralph G. Hasten 
Aubrey H. Haynes 
Robert G. Haynes 
Edward Heacock 
Pedro Herrerra 
Daniel Hogan 
Charles Hopingardner 
William House 
Robert Joiner 
Lawrence Landrum 



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Curtis Ledbetter 
Lamar Leifeste 
Jimmie Lewis 
Benjamin Marney 
Lawrence Meredith 
George D. Mitchell 
Allen Joe Moore 
Herman K. Nagel 
William Palmer 
Robert Pate 
Robert Patterson 
Robert Peterson 
John Piatt 
Arthur Pry 
Guy Pry 
Joseph Ray 
Elvin Reeves 
Walter Rice 
Perry Richardson 
Charles Runk 
Cecil Sargent 
Bennett Scott 
Jake Shelley 
Mercer Slaughter 
Louis Snowdy 
Harold Spann 
Norman Spellman 
Buford Stockard 
William Thomas 
John Yeaman 
John Walton 





Holloway 



Schmidt 



LIFE SERVICE GROUP 



President: Henry Holloway 
Secretary: Evelyn Schmidt 



ROSTER OF MEMBERS 



Betty Bain 
Ella Blankenship 
Mary Emma Blasdel 
Leslie Boone 
Billie Ann Brown 
Gray Brucks 
Darlene Brucks 
Harold Burkhardt 
Kelly Burkhart 
Barbara Cannon 
Gloria Chamberlain 
Peggy Davenport 
Dawn Davis 
Geneva Davis 
Ann Eckman 
Maurice Edens 
Martha Emmett 
Barbara Eskew 
Jean Anne Giddings 
Mary Ann Gregory 
Helen Hall 
Lucille Haynes 
Eddie Heinsohn 
Henry Holloway 
Bonnie Jackson 
Maryneal Jackson 
Jane Kern 
Sue Ann Landrum 
Betty Lilly 



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Betty McCrary 
Frances Lee Melton 
Joe Mitchell 
Marilee Munger 
Bob Norman 
Alice Patterson 
Carol Potter 
Susan Rosson 
Phillis Reese 
Harold Reynolds 
Mrs. Harold Reynolds 
Virginia Robinson 
Edith Satterwhite 
Evelyn Schmidt 
Mrs. Bennett Scott 
Willo Steinman 
Sallie Smoot 
Joy Spaw 
Merrill Strange 
Joyce Terry 
Lucile Walker 
John Walton 
Ernestine Warren 
Mary Jane Wasson 
Mary Lynn Webb 
Margaret Weston 
Betty Lou Williams 
Martha Jane Williams 
Joe Young 



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Cage 



Emmett 



Lilly 



JOINT LIFE SERVICE AND MINISTERIAL GROUP 



President: Joe Ray 
Vice-President: M. T. Cage 
Secretary: Martha Emmett 
Treasurer: Betty Lilly 



ROSTER OF MEMBERS 



Betty Bain 

Harvey Barron-Hurlbut 
Ella Blankenship 
Paul Blanton 
Mary Emma Blasdel 
Leslie Boone 
Billie Ann Brown 
Gray Brucks 
Darlene Brucks 
Harold Burkhardt 
Kelly Burkhart 
Wayman Bussell 
Barbara Cannon 
Morris T. Cage 
Wallace Cayard 
Gloria Chamberlain 
Milton Dare 
Peggy Davenport 
Dawn Davis 
Geneva Davis 
Charles Dennis 
Tommy Duncan 
Ann Eckman 
Maurice Edens 
Martha Emmett 
Barbara Eskew 
Harvey Fairchild 
Carroll Fancher 
Charles Fay 
Nolan Fisher 
Norris Fisher 
Richard Fly 
Charles Fromer 
Bruce Galloway 
Jean Ann Giddings 
Mary Ann Gregory 
Helen Hall 
Waldo Boyd Harris 



Ralph Hasten 
Aubrey Haynes 
Lucille Haynes 
Robert Haynes 
Edward Heacock 
Eddie Heinsohn 
Pedro Herrerra 
Daniel Hogan 
Henry Holloway 
Charles Hopingardner 
William House 
Bonnie Jackson 
Maryneal Jackson 
Robert Joiner 
Jane Kern 
Lawrence Landrum 
Sue Ann Landrum 
Curtis Ledbetter 
Lamar Leifeste 
Jimmie Lewis 
Betty Lilly 
Betty McCrary 
Benjamin Marney 
Frances Lee Melton 
Lawrence Meredith 
George Mitchell 
Joe Mitchell 
Allen Moore 
Marilee Munger 
Herman Nagel 
Bob Norman 
William Palmer 
Robert Pate 
Alice Patterson 
Robert Patterson 
Robert Peterson 
John Piatt 
Carol Potter 



Arthur Pry 
Guy Pry 
Susan Rosson 
Joseph Ray 
Elvin Reeves 
Phyllis Reese 
Harold Reynolds 
Mrs. Harold Reynolds 
Perry Richardson 
Virginia Robinson 
Charles Runk 
Cecil Sargent 
Edith Satterwhite 
Evelyn Schmidt 
Bennett Scott 
Mrs. Bennett Scott 
Willo Steinman 
Jake Shelley 
Mercer Slaughter 
Sallie Smoot 
Louis Snowdy 
Harold Spann 
Joy Spaw 
Norman Spellman 
Merrill Strange 
Buford Stockard 
Joyce Terry 
William Thomas 
Lucile Walker 
John Walton 
Ernestine Warren 
Mary Jane Wasson 
Mary Lynn Webb 
Margaret Weston 
Betty Lou Williams 
Martha Jane Williams 
John Yeaman 
Joe Young 




First Row: Blocksom, Cameron, Davis, Dollahon, Emmett, Fletcher 
Second Row: Haynes, Hinson, McGaughey, Mayfield, Medley, Newton 
Third Row: Parr, Pogue, Powell, Reed, Roberson, Scoggins 
Fourth Row: Terry, Weeks, Wilson, Williams 



New Pledges: Anderson, Becker, Brevard, Churchill, Clements, Clendennin, Crowder, Davenport, Davis L., Deschner, Eckman, Ehman, Eskew, Ferguson, 
Giddings, Hewlett, Hyde, Jackson B., Jackson M., Kenny, Kern, Landrum, Lively, Loomer, Lynch, McDonald, McKinney, Maner, Matty, Nicholson, O'Neal, 
Owens, Peacock, Perry, Potter, Roberts, Robinson, Roscoe, Rosson, Rowntree, Satterwhite, Smith, Spaw, Steinman, Stewart, Sneed, Smoot, Terry, Tidwell, 
Trahan, Walker, Warren, Wasson, Webster, White, Wolfer, Worth 

KAPPA PHI 

President: Ann Parr 
Vice-President: Betty Lou Williams 
Secretary: Catherine Weeks, Nancy Medley 
Treasurer: Janet Hinson 



In 1946 a social organization for Methodist girls known as Gamma Beta was organized on the Southwestern campus under 
the leadership of Mrs. J. N. R. Score. In 1947 this group of girls became a part of a national organization known as Kappa 
Phi. Kappa Phi is both a social and religious organization, its aim being to tie these two together for the benefit of the girls. 
Kappa Phi's chief purpose is to encourage every Christian girl in the university of today to become a member of the church 
of tomorrow. 




First Rcw: Dawn Davis, Dick Fly, Bill Foster, Ed Hartwell 

Second Row: Bobby Pate, Carol Pottei, Guy Pry, Henry Reimenschneider 

Third Row: Perry Richardson, Bill Springfield, Reuben Strickland, Mary Lynn Webb 



S. C. A. COUNCIL 



At Southwestern University there is an organization designed specifically to co-ordinate the religious and other activi- 
ties on the campus. Consisting of the entire student body, certain persons are elected in a school-wide election to take 
charge of the functioning of the organization. The S. C. A. Council is the name given to this body of officers. 

This Council meets weekly to discuss and decide problems which arise concerning the student body as a Student 
Christian Association. Serving as a link between the student body, the M. S. F. at First Methodist Church, and all activities 
which may concern them, it also serves to strengthen the bonds between student and student, and student and faculty. 

The S. C. A. is a far more important organization than most of us realize. It is a vital factor in our life at Southwestern 
and every student should be aware of the far-reaching effect of the S. C. A. 




First Row: Baker, Bass, Box, Carlson, Cobb, Dibrell, Folse 

Second Row: Frazer, Goethe, Goril, Gray, Hartley, House Huggins 

Third Row: Humble, James, Jonas, Koenig, Ledbetter, Lynch, McMillen 

Fourth Row: Mays, Means, Miller, Mumme, Parmlee, Poteet, Priest H. 

Fifth Row: Priest N., Salibo, Shelley, Sheppard, Smith, Springfield, Starry 

Sixth Row: Stone, Vernon, Webernick, Wood 

Not Pictured: Mackintosh, Turner 



"S" ASSOCIATION 



President: Bill Hartley 
Vice-President: Robert Mackintosh 
Secretary: Henry Sheppard 



The "S" Association is an honorary organization composed of all men participating in Southwestern sports who are 
awarded letters at the end of the season. The name is derived from the fact that the letter is an "S," for Southwestern. 
Lettermen are selected by the coaches on the basis of service, performance, and attitude; and those who receive letters 
well deserve them. 

The "S" Association also promotes interest in sports, and stimulates men to increase their standards, thereby increasing 
the standards of Southwestern sports. 




First Row: Williams, Deckard, Horstmann, Chamberlain, Roesler, McLure, Jordan, McCoy, Hollingsworth, Schroeder 
Second Row: Cannon, Davis, Deschner, Heinsohn, Bain, Bracks D., Foster, Parr, Jones, Wilson, John D. Richards 
Third Row: Webb, Means, Edens, Burkhardt, Reynolds, Holloway, Marek, Fly, Baker 
Fourth Row: Cage, Deschner, Leifeste, Meredith, Bosse, Spellman, Roesler, Fancher, Ray 
Not Pictured: Rascoe, Weston, Bosse 



A CAPPELLA CHOIR 



Members of the A Cappella Choir are carefully picked by Mr. John D. Richards, director of the choir. They must 
first sing with either the Men's Glee Club or the Women's Glee Club, before they may be eligible to try out for the 
A Cappella Choir. The Choir practices regularly every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday; also, it sings for the chapel 
service held every Thursday. The Southwestern A Cappella Choir is known throughout the state of Texas for guality 
of singing and excellence of performance. The choir has sung in many churches and for many organizations, and it 
is welcomed everywhere. And nowhere is it as popular as right here at Southwestern, where everyone is familiar 
with it and its members. We of Southwestern feel that the A Cappella Choir deserves a special tribute for its fine work 
and prominence. 

Mr. John D. Richards, director of the A Cappella Choir, is also director of the Men's Glee Club and Women's Glee 
Club. Both of these groups are open to any who wish to join them, and their singing is par excellent. Both also have 
sung freguently for groups outside the Southwestern campus, and everywhere they have received only the highest 
praise. Here on the campus they are a source of delight and entertainment, and their singing is the bright spot of 
such functions as the May Fete and the occasional Assembly programs during which we are privileged to hear them 
perform. 

Southwestern is exceptionally proud of its musical organizations. Both students and faculty feel that the members 
of the Fine Arts Department make an invaluable contribution to Southwestern, and these music groups have become 
a basic part of the school functions. 




Action shot of the Southwestern University Band as directed by Mr. Ralph Jones — taken on the stage 
of the University Auditorium. 



SOUTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY BAND 

The Southwestern University Band is one of the most popular organizations on the campus. Directed 
by Mr. Ralph Jones, it is composed of student musicians carefully selected and combined into a band 
of excellent quality. The band plays during Southwestern football games, providing unique half-time 
swing music; it also plays at many major school functions, especially the Carol Service and the May 
Fete. The band presents an annual Spring Concert, and close to the end of each year it is directed 
in an assembly program by Fine Arts majors specializing in this type of work. Southwestern is extremely 
proud of its band, and special plaudits go to the renditions of music from "Oklahoma!" and the Alma 
Mater. 



Members of the band are as follows: 

TRUMPETS: Euel Box, Harold Burkhardt, Hal Copeland, Margaret Horstmann, George "Bobo" 

Nelson, James Frank White, Claude Woolsey 
TROMBONES: Pat McNallen, Virginia Robinson, Joan Young, Louis Snowdy 
DRUMS: Ernest Bosse, Roger Davidson 
FLUTES: George Brigman, Lola McGaughey, Phyllis Reese 
CLARINETS: Patsy Crow (Alto), Bob Froelich, Hallie Hodges, Kathryn Liese, Kent Moore (Bass), 

Joyce Terry, Frankie Vaughn 
SAXOPHONES: Betty Crump, Willis Kelly, C. C. Musch 
BARITONES: James Ramey, Jim Youngblood 
STRING BASS: Henry Deschner 
BASS: John Foster 
OBOE: Moneita Briley 

FRENCH HORNS: Mary Louise Chafin, Lucille Haynes, John Hart Thompson 
BASSOON: Leslie Munson 
TYMPANI: Elaine Wagner 




First Row: Elmina Bell, Barbara Cannon, Frances Deckard, Marilyn Dusek, Helen Cocke Goethe 
Second Row: Edwina Heinsohn, Beverly Hollingsworth, Ruth Hubbard, Joann Jones, Dorothy LcLure 
Third Row: Donna Schroeder, Yvonne Wilson, Elaine Wagner 



DELTA OMICRON 

Delta Omicron is a national professional music fraternity for women. The chapter on the Southwestern campus 
received its charter last year, on April 24, 1948. Thus it is a comparatively new addition to the Southwestern roster of organ- 
izations, but even in this short time it has taken its place among the prominent and valuable organizations on the campus. 

The purpose of the fraternity is to foster musicianship among the women, create interest in American composers and 
musicians, create interest in local musical talent, and provide an opportunity for social fellowship for its members. The 
five charter members were Elmina Bell, President pro-tern of the organization, Frances Deckard, who is Secretary, Helen 
Cocke Goethe, Dorothy McLure, and Yvonne Wilson. The other girls were pledged to Delta Omicron this fall. In order to 
be initiated, they must fulfill the standards and purposes maintained by Delta Omicron, and also maintain a certain aver- 
age in school work and music work. 



Southwestern is proud of its chapter of Delta Omicron; and with such talent as has been displayed this year, there is 
no doubt that Delta Omicron will progress, enlarge, and become more and more valuable through the years. 













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First Row: Bell, Blocksom, Cannon, Deckard 
Second Row: Heinsohn, Holloway, Hubbard, Jones 
Third Row: McLure, McNallen, Webb, Wilson 



MOZART SOCIETY 

President: Mary Lynn Webb 

Secretary: Yvonne Wilson 

Program Chairman: Barbara Cannon 



The Mozart Society is an organization of music students selected by the Music Faculty on the basis of outstanding 
performance. Its chief purpose is to create a cultural interest in music and to stimulate standards for public perform- 
ances. It is, more or less, an honor society, and membership in the Mozart Society is considered one of the highest 
honors that can come to a music student. Although it is comparatively new on the campus, it is rapidly taking its place 
among the outstanding organizations. 




First Row. John D. Richards, Meredith, Walton, Cage, Reimenschneider, Griffin, Boone, Richardson Duncan Ray Spellman 
Second Row: Edens, Warren, Means, Burkhardt, Holloway, Stockton, Mitchell, Fancher Gore bellman 

third Row: Joiner, Buttery, Marek, Prigmore, Harris, Pry G, Leifeste, Brigman, Galloway 
rourth Row: Kelly, Hopingardner, Robertson, Dare, Green, Weisinger, Roesler, Bussell, Slaughter, Dennis 

NOt P W U ool d s : ey lYnt ' Reyn ° ldS ' B ° SSe ' Peterson ' Thom Ps°n, Fry, Gambrell, Heacock, Wools, Yeaman, Barron-Hurlbut, Deschner H., Fly, Marney, 

MEN'S CHORUS 




First Row: Deschner, Deming, Schmidt, Dreyling, McLure, McKinney, Fair, Jordan, Traylor, John D. Richards 
Second Row: Wood, Barr, Nicholson, Chamberlain, V/eeks, McCoy, Wagner, Newton, Williams B. L. 
Third Row: Rowntree, Western, Schroeder, Reese, Gallaway, Roesler, Kenny, Brucks D., Bell, Heinsohn 
Fourth Row: Blocksom, Foster, Horstmann, Deckard, Eckman, Webb, Jackson M., Robinson, Wilson, Parr, Jones 

Not Pictured: Corwin, Culpepper, Goethe, Mayfield, Rascoe, Rosson, Sandberg, Schulze, Steinman, Taylor, Cannon, Curtis, Dusek, Hyde, Leon, 
McCrary, Munger, Williams M. J., Bain, Baker, Cone, Davis, Gray, Hollingsworth, Hunt, Lane, Mangrum, Roesler 

WOMEN'S CHORUS 




Springer, Morris, Busfield, Lewis, Score, Hardin, Blocksom, Gillum, Loessin, Cavitt 
Not Pictured: Bailey, McLennon, Medley 



PI EPSILON DELTA 



Pi Epsilon Delta is a national honorary dramatic fraternity. Its membership is restricted to juniors and seniors who 
have participated in two or more drama activities produced on .the campus. Its chief aims are to stimulate interest in and 
raise dramatic standards and achievement through encouraging the best individual and group efforts in play writing, acting, 
directing, costuming, stage technique, stage designing, research, and literature. Membership in Pi Epsilon Delta is con- 
sidered one of the highest honors that can come to a drama student at Southwestern. 




1. "Years Ago" — Ford 
Ainsworth, Rosie Morris, 
and Nancy Foster 

2. "The Silver Cord" — 
Jerry Hardin, Clara Mae 
Blocksom, Ruth Lewis, 
Mildred Ellett, Edgar 
Loessin, Nancy Medley 

3. "Our Town" — Edgar 
Loessin, Nancy Medley, 
Sheridan Cavitt, Jerry 
Hardin, Clara Mae 
Blocksom, Dana Green, 
Ruth Lewis 

The fourth production of 
the year, "A Midsummer 
Night's Dream" will not 
be presented until next 
month. 





MASK AND WIG 



The Mask and Wig Players is an organization of students interested in the study of the drama. Spon- 
sored by Mr. Angus Springer, head of the Speech and Drama Department, Mask and Wig is open for 
membership at the beginning of each semester. Students become Associate Members upon joining and 
paying dues; and after they have obtained five points through active service, they may become Active 
Members. The club now has about thirty active members. The aim of the organization is to create stu- 
dent interest in drama, provide a practical study of the drama, and serve as a source for presentation of 
famous and current plays. 

Mask and Wig's first production of this year was Ruth Gordon's "Years Ago," directed by Roger 
Busfield. Starring Rosemary Morris, Ford Ainsworth, and Nancy Foster, "Years Ago" revealed a vivid 
picture of Miss Gordon's home life and New England family during her senior year in high school. A highly 
successful autobiographical comedy, "Years Ago" was truly indicative of the talent in Mask and Wig. 

The second production was Sidney Howard's "The Silver Cord." This is an excellent drama dealing 
with the problem presented by a mother who cannot release her children to live their own lives. The 
entire cast, consisting of Clara Mae Blocksom, Edgar Loessin, Barbara Bailey, Jerry Hardin, Ruth Lewis, 
and Mildred Ellett, did a splendid job of dramatic characterization. 

"Our Town," the third production, written by Thornton Wilder and directed by Angus Springer, was 
presented in a manner new to most Southwestern students. Here called the "Theatre-in-the-Round," the 
method of stage production is also known as the "Intimate Theatre" or "Familiar Theatre." With Edgar 
Loessin as Stage Manager, Sheridan Cavitt, Nancy Medley, Ruth Lewis, Jerry Hardin, Clara Mae Blocksom, 
and Dana Green, the play was a tremendous success. We hope that Mask and Wig will produce more 
plays in the "Theatre-in-the-Round" in the future. 

William Shakespeare's "A Midsummer Night's Dream" is scheduled for the fourth production of the 
year. Judging by the presentation of "As You Like It" last year, it should be a grand climax. Mask and 
Wig is endeavoring to present at least one Shakespearean play a year, and these productions are always 
"tops" with Southwestern students. 




First Row: Brazil, Bowen, Brown, Bryan, Butler A., Butler E., Churchill 
Second Row: Clendennin, De La Fosse, Deupree, Evans, Foust, Forsvall, Frilen 
Third Row: Horn, James, Jordan, Lawman, Maner, Martin, Matty- 
Fourth Row: McCain, Peters, Ragsdale, Reed, Rowntree, Sandberg, Samuel, Smith 
Fifth Row: Terry, Thornall, Traylor, Vineyard, White, Williams, Wilson 

Associate Members: Jane Baltzer, Oras Ann Beaver, Pat Brigham, Colleen Camp, Jacquelyn Cone, Jonell Cook, Laurie Ezell, Barbara Griffith, Carol 
Keeling, Beryl Kermeth, Betty Lengfeld, Joyce Ann Moore, Marilee Munger, Nancy Myers, Jeanne Pardo, Josephine Roberts 



HOME ECONOMICS CLUB 

President: Jessie Wilson 

Vice-Presidents: Doris Ann Brown, Ruth McCain 

Secretary: Nell Lowman 

Treasurer: Pat Brazil 



The Home Economics Club is an organization of girls especially interested in this field. Composed primarily of Home 
Economics students, it is, however, open to all girls who may wish to join. The club is both educational and social. At 
regular meetings talks by the girls themselves or special speakers deal with problems relating to Home Economics. The 
purpose of the club is to increase interest in the study of home management, child care and development, and other simi- 
lar problems. Also it provides stimulation of practical and social study of Home Economics. The club is one of the most 
popular on the campus for the Southwestern girls. 







These snapshots were taken in the Home Economics Foods 
Laboratory and in the rooms which the Home Economics stu- 
dents are converting into a Model Home. 

1. Louise Irvine demonstrates how to beat an egg. 2. Mrs. 
Deupree helps girls hang curtains while Beryl Kermeth waits 
patiently. 3. Ruth McCain and Pat Brazil combine cooking 
operations. 4. Ruth McCain and Barbara James are prepar- 
ing an "excellent" dinner. 5. Pardon the duplication, but 
there's nothing like a "close-up." 




First Row: Baker, Bain, Bell, Briggs, Brigham, Broadwell, Bryan 
Second Row: Cameron, Cope, Crump, Eckman, Evans, Garrison, Hahn 
Third Row: Hardin, Henderson, Hinson, Irvine, Jackson M., Jackson J., Kermeth 
Fourth Row: Laws, Lively, Loomer, Lowman, Mackenzie, Martin, Matthews 
Fifth Row: Miner, Munger, Nabours, Oakes, Overton, Perry, Richardson 
Sixth Row: Rosson, Thornall, Turner, Vivion, Ward, Webb 



GLAMAZONS 

President: Mima Jeanne Hardin 
Vice-President: Madge Thornall 
Secretary: Janet Hinson 
Treasurer: Belle Vivion 



The Glamazons is an organization for girls of five feet seven inches or more in height. Its purpose is to promote pride in 
height, dress, scholastic standards, and culture. First organized at Southwestern locally as the Basileis Society, the club's 
motto is "Divinely tall; divinely fair." Each year the Glamazons elect "Miss Glamazon." Last year this was Betty Curry, 
and this year it is Nancy Mackenzie. 







Standing: Ed Hartwell, President 

First Row Seated: Griffin, Cayard, Richardson, Bordeaux, Hill 

Second Row: Jackson, Davis, Bartak, Purgason, Loomer, McDonald 

Third Row: Hallauer, Howard, McCoy, Walton 

Not Pictured: Bass K., Bussell, Crowder, Heacqck, Mitchell, Pace, Reimenschneider, Schmidt, Turner, Yeaman 

INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS CLUB 

President: Edward Hartwell 
Vice-President: John Yeaman 
Secretary: Bonnie Jane Jackson 
Secretary: Marian Loomer 
Publicity Chairman: "Blitz" Griffin 
Reporter: Henry Reimenschneider 



The International Relations Club is an organization open to both students and faculty who are interested in foreign affairs 
and current events. It meets several times a month on Monday nights, and all who are interested are invited to attend. 
Problems involving international relations are discussed from all angles at these meetings by the group present, and often 
an outsider is invited to speak to the group. The club is rapidly increasing in size and value, and is definitely stimulating 
student interest in foreign affairs. 




First Row: Albright, Anderegg, Barton, Behrens, Brahm, Brigham, Broadwall, Brown 
Second Row: Brucks, Burns, Dauson, Delbridge, Duncan, Deschner R., Ehman, Fabian 
Third Row: Ferguson, Fischer, Foster, Hammond, Jordan, B., Jordan J., Lane, Laubach 
Fourth Row: Leazar, Lindsay, Merritt, Morrison, Pennington, Peterson, Schwarzer, Sivells 
Fifth Row: Tausend, Vaughn, Weiss, Winslow, Zaccaria 



SOUTHWESTERN PRE-MEDICAL ASSOCIATION 

President: Bob Delbridge 
Vice-President: Joe Albright 
Secretary-Treasurer: Althea Peterson 



The Pre-Medical Association is an organization for students who are preparing to enter the medical profession. Its purpose 
is to further interest in the practical aspect of pre-med study, to add to and broaden the study of pre-med, and to acquaint 
students with branches of the profession, methods, and leading members of the profession. 







First Row: Albright, Anderegq, Brahm, Brigman, Brown, Dees, Delbridge 

Second Row: Dewoody, Duncan, Fabian, Glendenning, Greathouse, Jordan, Khoury 

Third Row: Lindsay, Lutonsky, McLean, Massey, Meredith, Petrie, Pry G. 

Fourth Row: Rader, Ramey, Richardson, Ross, Schulze, Snoga, Stearns 

Fifth Row: Strickland, Treibs, Webb, Winslow, Wood, Young 

Not Pictured: Wilson 



SCIENCE SOCIETY 

President: Guy Pry 
Vice-President, Biology: Joe Albright 
Vice-President, Chemistry: Wallace Duncan 
Vice-President, Geology: Kathy Ross 
Vice-President, Mathematics: Paul Rader 
Vice-President, Physics: Wilbur Wood 
Secretary-Treasurer: Betsy Richardson 



The Southwestern Science Society is an organization of advanced students having certain specified scholarship qualifica- 
tions. Students must have completed one advanced course in Biology, Chemistry, Physics, or Mathematics, and must be 
enrolled in at least one more such course at the time. 

The purpose of the Science Society is to promote scientific spirit and practical interest in science among individual students. 
Programs are presented at each monthly meeting, and many of these are open to the student body. The society is affiliated 
with the Texas Academy of Science and the American Association for the Advancement of Science. 




First Row: Cabron, Charles, Deschner, Dougherty 
Second Row: Lee, Massey, Prigmore, Ross 
Third Row: Toleman, Vaughn, Webernick 



LITHADELPHIC SOCIETY 



President: Thomas Toleman 
Vice-President: Nelson Webernick 
Secretary: George Prigmore 
Historian: Frances Vaughn 



The Lithadelphic Society is an organization of Geology students. Its aim is to create a practical interest in the study c 
Geology, enhance scholarship standards of Geology students, and open the study of Geology to all who may be interested i 
This organization is one of the newest on the campus, but it is rapidly proving its worth. Already more and more students an\ 
becoming interested in the study of Geology, and before long the Lithadelphic Society will be well-known to everyone. 




First Row: Margaret Weston, Martha Jane Williams, Barbara Gratz, Elaine Broadwell, Ruth Munson 
Second Row: Janet Hinson, Betty Gayle Tidwell, Josephine Roberts, Rebecca Dillard, Margaret Winfrey 
Third Row: Betty Powell, Helen Barr, Lewis Hill, Jeanne Bordeaux 
Fourth Row: Joan Wood, Ruth Lewis, Ruth Hubbard, Ann Anderson 

PAN AMERICAN FORUM 



The Pan American Forum is an organization composed of students who are taking Spanish courses. Sponsored 
by Mr. J. Hamilton McCoy, it meets once a month. At these meetings programs in Spanish are presented by the stu- 
dents themselves. The purpose of the organization is to create a practical interest in speaking Spanish, to further the 
acguaintance of the students with Spanish-speaking countries, and to cultivate interest of others who are interested in 
Spanish but are not enrolled in Spanish courses. With Martha Jane Williams as President and Ruth Munson as Vice- 
President, this club is one of the most active, valuable organizations on the campus. 



f he Jieqaphone 



Staff Box 



Editor .. 

Associate Editor 

Student Business Manager _... 

Sports Editor 

Society Editor 

Columnists 



Henry Sheppard 

Robert Lucas 

Harvey McDonald 

Don Roesler 

Madge Thornall 

Robert Lucas, 



Clifton Anderson, Roger Davidson, Madge Thornall 

Photographer Harper McGee 

Staff Writers Jim Bob Gallaway, Reuben 

Strickland, Marlee Baker, Virginia Garrison 

Business Manager __ M. Howard Knox 

Sponsor Angus Springer 

Member Intercollegiate Press 

Published by the Students' Association of Southwestern 
University, Georgetown, Texas. Issued weekly during the 
school year, except vacation periods and holidays. Entered at 
the post-office at Georgetown, Texas, as second class mail 
matter, Sept. 26, 1906, under special provisions of the act of 
March 3, 1879, and accepted for, mailing at special rate of 
postage provided for in Section 1103, Act of Oct. 3, 1917, auth- 
orized Aug. 20, 1918. 



The Megaphone is a weekly student publication 
containing news and views of current interest to stu- 
dents and faculty. It is run entirely on a non-profit 
basis by students interested in Journalism. Not only 
does it deal with local news, but also state, national, 
and international news. Ex-students keep in touch 
with campus activities via the Megaphone, and South- 
western students wait eagerly for Tuesday morning 
and the Megaphone. 

Editing a weekly college paper is fun, but the work 
and worry involved make it a job of enormous respon- 
sibility. Editing a good paper is even more so. The 
issues may be late, but better late than never. So 
orchids to the Editor for a swell job! 



In Megaphone staff picture we 
find Roesler, Gallaway, Thornall, 
Anderson, Sheppard, Lucas, Catlow, 
Davidson, Strickland, Garrison, 
Switzer, and Baker. Desk shows sign 
of successful work. 





1. Fred Switzer, Society Editor Madge Thomall, and 
Tommy Catlow find a joke in the copy. 2. Staff Writer 
Marlee Baker looks horrified at typewriter — must be 
something she wrote. 3. Staff Writer Reuben Strickland 
and Columnist Clifton Anderson ("Andy's Antics") con- 
fer with Editor Henry Sheppard. 4. Dana Green and 
Editor Sheppard look puzzled — must be all that machin- 
ery they're looking at. 



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PUTHWESTECT 



MAGAZINE 




EDITOR LAWRENCE MEREDITH 

ASSISTANT EDITOR HENRI RIEMENSCHNEIDER 

LAYOUT EDITOR BRUCE GALLOWAY 

PHOTOGRAPHY EDITOR HARPER HoGEE 

ART EDITOR PARKER FOLSE 

BUSINESS MANAGER HARVEY MCDONALD 

FEATURE WRITERS EDGAR LOESSIN 

REUBEN STRICKLAND 

DON ROESLEft 

DWIGHT HOUSE 

ROBERT PATTERSON 

DR. BLANK 



EDITOR LAWRENCE MEREDITH 

ASSISTANT EDITOR HENRY RIEMEN SCHNEIDER 

LAYOUT EDITOR BRUCE GALLOWAY 

PHOTOGRAPHY EDITOR HARPER McGEE 

ART EDITOR PARKER FOLSE 

BUSINESS MANAGER HARVEY MCDONALD 

FEATURE WRITERS EDGAR LOESSIN 

HENRY RIEMENSCHNEIDER 

E. S. LEWIS 

ABRAHAM LINCOLN 

KENNETH BASS 

MERRITT HULBURD 

J. ROY MOSES 

SPONSORS EUNICE CLAIRE GEPPART 

JAMES F. V ALONE 



SEE INSIDE 



The Southwestern Magazine is a monthly literary 
publication which endeavors to present a good 
cross-section of literary work done by the students 
themselves. We found that the "Editorial Staffs" 
above differed slightly, so we published both of 
them. The magazine is a part of the trio sponsored 
by the Board of Publications, and material which 
appears in it is carefully selected and adapted to the 
enjoyment of the reader. There is also in the maga- 
zine art work of very fine quality, and excellent 
snapshots and photographs of interest to everyone. 



The picture before was taken one day before the 
Magazine deadline — staff hard at work. Reimen- 
schneider and Gregory are seated. Editor Meredith 
points out joke to Strickland. Baker, Folse, Vallone, 
Gallaway confer while Harvey McDonald studies 
Advertising layouts. There are, obviously, some 
absent from picture — notably McGee (photogra- 
pher), Loessin, Roesler, House, Patterson, Blank, 
Lewis, Bass, Hulburd, Moses, Geppert, and Abra- 
ham Lincoln. Ditto individual contributors too num- 
erous to mention, but who receive the grateful ap- 
preciation of all the staff. 




SotfUESTER 



Editor: Nancy Mackenzie 

Art Staff: Floyd Eggan, Parker Folse, Henry Reimenschneider 

Typing Editors: Clara Jo Dyche, Lucille Haynes 

Photographers: Lee Karr, Harper McGee 

Freshman Class Editor: Virginia Robbins 

Sophomore Class Editor: Jane Baltzer 

Junior Class Editor: Ann Parf 

Senior Class Editor: George Prigmore 

Organization Editor: Madge Thornall 

Sports Editors: Bill Foster, Fred Switzer 

Faculty Editor: Pat Lane 

Snapshot Editor: Ed Hartwell 



THE 1949 SOU'WESTER 



The Sou'wester is a bound, richly illustrated annual supported by the Board of Publications and edited 
by the students themselves. Published annually, it is a record of all the students and activities on the 
Southwestern campus during the year. 

An annual remains a prized possession for years. It is both a scrapbook and photograph album 
shared by all — a history of the year — and in it are stored memories of the best years of our lives. An 
annual is rather like a cupboard. Turning each division page is opening another door, and the pages 
are the shelves lined with all the precious goodies which once tasted so delicious. Each page begins a 
chain of memory which slowly traces its way back through the days of companionship and learning — the 
days of youth and fun — the days at Southwestern. 

Memory blows across the mind and heart as a gentle wind. The wind may be full of joy or sorrow, 
laughter or tears — it is the wind of Southwestern — it is the Sou'wester. 



During the deadline rush these 
people didn't even stop for the 
camera. We see Barbra Horn, 
Faculty Editor Pat Lane, Photog- 
rapher Harper McGee, Senior 
Class Editor George Prigmore, Edi- 
tor Nancy Mackenzie, and Fresh- 
man Class Editor Virginia Robbins 
huddled around the desk which 
was the center of operations. 





1. Snapshot Editor Ed Hartwell, as- 
sisted by Nell Lowman, works dili- 
gently to make pictures fit. 

2. This little group — Alice Mayfield, 
Nell Lowman, Sophomore Class Editor 
Jane Baltzer, Sports Editor Fred Switzer, 
and Jean Howard — get together to 
plan some layouts. 

3. Organization Editor Madge Thorn- 
all and Editor Nancy Mackenzie find 
something to laugh about in the pic- 
ture to which Photographer Harper 
McGee is pointing. Must be that one 
of Charlie Dennis. 




APPRECIATION 

An annual is not the product of a few people. True enough, it takes a staff and lots of hard work to edit an annual. 
But it is YOU who have made this annual. It is you — students, faculty, administration, friends, advisors — everyone 
connected with Southwestern. All of you have had a part in producing this '49 Sou'wester. Without your partici- 
pation, help, and encouragement, it could never have been possible. 

My very special thanks go to those who have given their time and effort over and over again — Mr. Knox, who 
has answered countless guestions — Mr. Lee Karr, who has shown infinite patience at developing pictures — Mrs. 
Ferguson and Dr. Berglund, who have lent lists, information, and moral support — Harper McGee, who has provided 
the excellent student activity snapshots — again Mrs. Ferguson, without whose advice and help the Beauty Dance 
would never have been possible — Mr. McCook, who has given time and education to the Editor — all the people who 
have helped to "cut and paste" such as Barbra Horn, Martha DeLaFosse, Jean Howard, Nell Lowman, Alice Mayfield, 
Elaine Wagner, Adele Butler — all those who were ever willing to run errands for both editor and staff — and all 
those who contributed an invaluable aid with their constant encouragement and cheerful visits to the Tower Room. 
So many have helped in so many different ways that it is difficult to mention them all — but to all of them — and to all 
the members of the staff of '49 — go my deepest thanks for everything. 



/\la+iaf, Mackenzie 




ALLEGRO 



FOOTBALL 







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Coach Harold "Spot" Collins, Co-captain Jimmy Jonas, and Coach 
Jack "Sleepy" Harris 



The 1948 Football season was a building one for the Pirates of Southwestern University. Starting with a new head 
coach, new assistant coach, and practically a new team, the Pirates finished conference play with the best won-and- 
lost record since the war. Under coaches Collins and Harris, the Pirates started off the season with a 60-0 win over 
Brooke Army Medical Center and followed up with a 33-0 win over Daniel Baker. 

Next the Pirates journeyed to Abilene where they suffered their first defeat at the hands of the Abilene Christian 
Wildcats 27-0. The Bucs then hit a three-game winning streak defeating East Texas Baptist College 41-0, upsetting 
Howard Payne 3-0, and then handing Austin College a decisive 28-0 setback in a thrilling Homecoming game. 

Hardin College broke the Pirates' winning streak with a 14-7 victory. The Bucs suffered their third defeat of the 
year at the hands of the Conference champion McMurry Indians. The Pirates ended the season in fine style with a 7-0 
victory over the University of Corpus Christi in the Fish Bowl in Corpus. 

Bob Koenig and Bobby Castanon, tackles; Henry Sheppard, center; Curtis Ledbetter, end; and Glen Swenson, 
guard; played brilliant football during the regular season and all received recognition in All-conference selections. 



FOOTBALL SQUAD LINEUP 



No 


Name 


Age 


Weight 


Height 


No 


Name 


Age 


Weight 


Height 


55 


Robert A. Adair 


21 


150 


5'8" 


86 


Bill Huggins 


23 


180 


6'3" 


64 


Robert Aderhold 


21 


195 


6' 


31 


Jimmy Jonas 


20 


175 


6' 


80 


James K. Adkins 


19 


185 


6'2" 


71 


Robert Koenig 


21 


218 


6' 


43 


Leroy Atkison 


20 


140 


b'7W' 


65 


George Lawhorn 


20 


165 


5'8" 


12 


Dewey Baker 


21 


160 


b'7V 2 " 


85 


Curtis Ledbetter 


19 


170 


6'1" 


14 


Charles Baker 


20 


160 


b'7Vi" 


11 


Allin Means 


20 


151 


5'9V2" 


34 


Kelly Burkhart 


18 


176 


5'11" 


84 


Wilbert "Red" Miller 


24 


184 


5'ii" 


83 


Gilbert Castanon 


19 


182 


6' 


75 


David Mumme 


22 


190 


6' 


73 


Robert Castanon 


17 


195 


6'1" 


22 


Jack Murray 


20 


185 


5' 10 W 


42 


Leo Chafin 


18 


170 


5'ii" 




Earl Nelson 


20 


180 


5'8'/2" 


81 


Ben Cobb 


25 


190 


6'2" 


61 


Floyd Pearson 


20 


170 


5'9" 


13 


Larry Crownover 


22 


140 


5'8" 


76 


D. L. Saegert 


18 


195 


B'Vi" 




Joseph Davenport 


21 


221 


6'1" 


21 


John Schulze 


18 


175 


6'1" 


67 


James Fenwick 


20 


175 


5'8" 


24 


Jake Shelley 


19 


180 


5' 10" 


41 


Joe Dowdy Frazier 


20 


170 


5'ir 


52 


Henry Sheppard 


23 


175 


6' 


23 


William "Buddy" Frey 


21 


190 


5'8" 


82 


William Springfield 


18 


170 


5'll>/2 


62 


Bob Gallagher 


19 


163 


5'5" 




Joe Stansell 


21 


180 


6' 


33 


Marvin Gray 


23 


190 


5'8" 


66 


Glenn Swenson 


21 


185 


57" 


72 


Wendell Graves 


19 


210 


5'9" 


15 


Bill Vernon 


20 


183 


6'l'/2" 


32 


Charles Guinn 


22 


165 


57" 


40 


Frank White, Jr. 


20 


175 


5'9" 


30 


Bill Hartley 


23 


180 


5'10" 


50 


Gene White 


21 


190 


6' 


51 


Bill Higgins 


21 


186 


5'll'/ 2 " 


63 


Ray Whitmore 


20 


186 


6'2" 



COACHING STAFF 



Head Coach: W. H. Collins 
Line Coach: Jack Harris 



Manager: Ed Starry 
Trainer: Shelley Smith 





Co-Captain Jimmy Jonas 



Co-Captain Bill Huggins 




Robert Gallagher 
One-Year Squadman 




David Mumme 
Three-Year Letterman 




Gilbert Castanon 
One-Year Squadman 




Buddy Frey 
One-Year Letterman 




James Adkins 
One- Year Squadman 





Bob Koenig 
One-Year Letterman 




George Lawhorn 
One-Year Letterman 



Bill Vernon 
Three-Year Letterman 




Leroy Atkinson 
One- Year Letterman 



Bill Hartley 
One- Year Letterman 





Charles Guinn 
One-Year Squadman 



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Larry Crownover 
One-Year Squadman 




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Jack Murray 
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Marvin Gray 
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Jake Shelley 
Two-Year Squadman 









Leo Chafin 
One-Year Squadman 




Joe Dowdy Frazer 
Two-Year Letterman 




Charley Baker 
One-Year Squadman 





Allin Means 
Two-Year Letterman 




Frank White 
One-Year Letterman 



John Paul Schultz 
One-Yeai Letterman 




Bobby Adair 
One- Year Letterman 





Kelly Burkhardt 
One-Year Squadman 



Gene White 
One-Year Letterman 




Ben Cobb 
Two-Year Letterman 



Bill Higgins 
One-Year Squadman 





Curtis Ledbetter 
Two-Year Letterman 



Wendell Craves 
One- Year Letterman 



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Bill Springfield 
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D. L. Saegert 
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Red Miller 
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Sam Michaels 
Two-Year Squadman 





Glen Swenson 
One-Year Letterman 




James Fenwick 
One-Year Letterman 




Cecil Caraway- 
One- Year Squadman 




"Pooch" Pearson 
One-Year Squadman 



Henry Sheppard 
Two- Year Letterman 



BASKETBALL 




Weldon Mays, Lawrence Michalka, Chester Webb, Dwight House, Herman Humble, 
Jack Harris, Don Pennington, Aubrey Boozer, Paul Rader, "Red" Miller, Ross Johnson 



Coach 



S.U. 

34 St. Edwards University 

44 St. Edwards University 
55 Texas A & I 

36 Texas A & I 

31 Hardin Simmons U. 

49 Daniel Baker College 

45 Daniel Baker College 

59 Brooke Army Medical Center 

43 Southwest Texas State 

41 Southwest Texas State 

41 McMurry College 

45 Austin College 

39 Hardin College 

40 Abilene Christian College 

45 Howard Payne 

46 Austin College 

41 Abilene Christian College 
40 McMurry College 

46 Hardin College 

51 Howard Payne 



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61 
52 
35 
65 
29 
28 
65 
59 
70 
50 
60 
45 
48 
56 
50 
47 
71 
48 
60 






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"Red" Miller 



Aubrey Boozer 



The Pirate cagers won only four games during the season while losing sixteen but the team always 
gave a good account of itself and was in there fighting all the way. Practically all the conference schools 
had powerful cage aggregations in the 1949 title race and the Bucs had to battle to keep from being com- 
pletely outclassed, which they never were. All the men on the squad played their hearts out and deserve 
a hearty "well done" from Pirate sports fans. Dwight House, Wilbert Miller, and Herman Humble played 
outstanding ball throughout the season and received plenty of help from Ross Johnson, Don Pennington, 
Weldon Mays, and Chester Webb. 






Don Pennington 



Herman Humble 



Dwight House 






Chester Webb 



Weldon Mays 



Robert Weyman 





Bobo Hardy 



Shelley Smith 



BASEBALL SQUAD LINEUP 



Sam Bass 
Don Byerley 
Bob Elliott 
Art Goethe 
Wendell Graves 
Bill Hartley 
Bobby Hayes 
Herman Humble 
Richard Lynch 
Allin Means 
Sam Michaels 
"Red" Miller 



Dan Parmlee 
"Buddy" Priest 
"Hop" Priest 
Paul Rader 
David Schulze 
John Paul Schulze 
Jack Searcy 
Jake Shelley 
Duane Stearns 
Chester Webb 
Gene Wood 



COACHING STAFF 



Coach: "Spot" Collins 



Trainer: Shelley Smith 



Co-Captains: Bill Hartley 

"Hop" Priest (Not pictured) 





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Intramural activities are an important phase of the life of every Southwestern student. 
Since every student has the opportunity to play with one group that is represented in 
league play, there is at all times splendid interest in the Intramural program which 
is composed of football, basketball, and softball. These three sports are included in 
the intramural program which the Athletic Department conducts each year. 

The success of the intramural sports this year has been due to a large extent to Coach 
Medley, Head of the Athletic Department. Also our thanks go to Don Roesler who 
not only was captain of the intramural program, but also worked as Sports Editor for 
the Megaphone in Intramurals most of the year. 



FOOTBALL 



In intramural football the Pi Kappa Alpha Fraternity and the Kappa Alpha Fraternity 
tied for the championship for 1949. Since both teams had identical win-and-lose rec- 
ords, there was a play-off. This game ended in a tie, 6-6. The two teams were then 
named co-champions. In third place were the A Independents. Their fine record of 
four wins and two losses is proof of the strong team that they had. One of the hard- 
est fought games of the year was the play-off between the A Independents and the 
Kappa Sigma Fraternity for third place. This game ended 6-0 in favor of the A's and 
the Kappa Sig's slipped from third to fourth place. 



FINAL STANDINGS (FOOTBALL) 

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Kappa Alpha 


5 





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102 


13 


Pi Kappa Alpha 


5 





1 


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65 


12 


A Independent 


4 


2 





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25 


43 


Kappa Sigma 


3 


3 





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33 


36 


Phi Delta Theta 


2 


4 





.333 


39 


65 


Ministers 


1 


5 





.166 


12 


73 



BASKETBALL 



There were many hard fought games and close scores in this 
Intramural basketball season. The A Independent team came 
out of the race with the best record with nine wins and two 
losses. One of the losses was handed to them by the second 
place Kappa Sigma team which ended with a won-and-loss 
record of nine wins to three losses. Both teams had shown 
throughout the season fine offense and defense play. A close 
game of 31-30 gave the Kappa Sigma team an edge over the 
strong Pi Kappa Alpha team in one of the most thrilling play- 
off games of the year. This game was won in the last two 
seconds of play by a field goal by Robert Weyman. The Kappa 
Alpha team dropped from an impressive lead after the first 
round of play to rest in fourth place in final league standings. 



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1. Freshmen begin the bonfire for the Homecoming pep rally. 2. Kappa Sig's display clever sign for Homecoming — 
Webb, Roesler, and Weyman are justifiably proud of originality. 3. Independent float in the making. 4. Gym floor is 
good place for construction work for Homecoming. 5. Homecoming parade — with Charlie Dennis "bringing up the rear. 
6. S.U. students watch Homecoming bonfire and display rousing school spirit in pep rally. 




1. PiKA rush party. 2. Beautiful tie, Dewey. 3. Phi's and dates show "exuberant" spirits — Ipana would love this 
picture! 4. We see Bean and Stony so this must be a Kappa Alpha rush party. 5. Sig Smitty and rushees are intent on 
something, but not the camera. 6. KA's Guthrie and Gaida entertain rushees Higgins, Mathison, and Mayes. 




1. Duncan and Meredith lead a dog's life. 2. Patsy Crow seems very smug about the whole thing; wonder how she got 
back to town? 3. Desperate car-less S. U. girls will ride in anything — no offense meant to the owner. 4. It's "thumbs up" for 
Salibo, Piper, Stone, Nelson, Aves, and Roberts. 5. Sigs Cooper, Bass, Sheppard, James, and Giffen and friend Hopingardner 
attend S.U.'s most popular class. 6. Well, pin a rose on Larry! 7. The man said, "Smile" — Gratz and Munger said "Cheese." 
8. What a lovely lawn! 9. Trio at PiKA rush party consists of Jerry "Napoleon" Breeding, Jimmy "Bowtie Sinatra" Fry, and 
Bill uh Robinson. 10. S.U. too should have a "Miss America Co-ed." 11. ADPi's demonstrate best method of studying for test. 




1. Baker Morton rings up a sale in the University Book Store. 2. Noon meal at Mood — Hartwell and Daisy look happy — 
Goril hungry. 3. Elliot, Mood Hall cook, looks busy — Wonder what the meat's for? 4. Strickland at work — We use the term 
loosely. 5. Lobby of Mood Hall looks awfully vacant. 6. Crowd gathers at railroad tracks to await arrival of "Harry the Hab- 
erdasher" Truman. 7. Administration Building tower looks ghostly under spotlight. 8. Meredith and Spellman give the 
"Going My Way" sign. 9. President Truman speaks from the train platform. 10. Blanton and Cavness hold each other up 
— field trip, no doubt. 




1. Party time for Leutwyler, Smith, Folse, and Taylor. 2. Meredith, Nicholson, Deschner, Cayard, Bryan, and Fairchild 
at the Independent hayride. 3. First of all, we see McCoy and McHenry — Phi Delt hayride. 4. Spaw, Burkhart, Schroe- 
der, and Thompson — must have been the Band party. 5. Deming, Burns, Matthews, Higgins, Herring, and Boriski at Zeta 
party. 6. Blocksom entertains Overton, Brodnax, Sells, Hardin, and Clendennin at Phi Delt hayride. 




1. ADPi's Landrum, Butler, Ehman, Clendennin, and Smith pause for the camera. 2. Boozer and "Downbeat," all the 
girls' S.L. 3. Christmas tree shows proper spirit. 4. Pep rally at L.K. 5. Lou and Charlotte, decorating, that is. 6. The 
morning after the fire before — What's left of the L.K. power plant. 7. Mag Weston looks very "spic and Spanish" on the 
Pan American Forum float. 8. We might call this "Hodges meditates by San Gabriel." 9. Virginia Burns mashes snow 
down the back of someone who owns an elegant Stetson. 10. "Doc" — what makes L.K. go round. 11. Swell time for a 
manicure, Perry and Dickinson. 12. Clendennin the Hobo. 13. Breeding, McCain, Tittle, and Deschner — snow sculp- 
tors — But what is it? 14. Popcorn party on the Tri Delt wing. 




1. Loving kiss must have melted this snowman's heart. 2. Ad. Bldg. takes on mantle of snow and unbelievable beauty. 
3. Patsy Crow and Betty Brown prove that snow did reach the boot-tops, even in "sunny" G'town. 4. Unidentified revellers 
provide excellent effect in snow. 5. Burkie, Bosse, and Edens all bundled up — must have been cold that day. 6. 
^"MooMoo," Darlene, Joe, and Maggie — and that white mass in Maggie's hand is a snowball — Joe was victim just after 
shutter clicked. 7. Snowman with spirits "just to warm things up" even had bloodshot eyes. 8. Baltzer in the snow — 
ballet dancing? 9. Would that S.U. could be this beautiful every year! 10. Holloway displays sunny smile despite 
chattering teeth. 11. Ditto Darlene. 




1. Group above was snapped on Independent hayride. 2. Wilson and the car. 3. Phi's begin work on their prize- 
winning Homecoming float. 4. Zeta party — Roesler, Jordan, Foster, and Meyers. 5. Phi Mu's Gratz, DuBois, Traylor, 
Stewart, Ezell, James, McCain, and Hollingsworth beautify the scenery. 6. Ditto Zeta's Camp, Rivet, Sadler, Jordan, and 
Dunham. 7. "Mud" in the snow. 




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1 Dinner line at L.K. the day of the strike — ahem. 2. Voting time — We wish all students were as interested as these. 
3. Where do we go from here, boys? 4. Mr. Samuel — smiling — where's Daisy? 5. Football scrimmage, obviously. 6. 
Fair, Spencer, and McKinney keep each other company in the swing. 7. Free publicity for the Tavern. 8. For all who 
know and love it, we give you — Barracks A! 9. Basking in the winter sunshine, Newton and Maxfield. 




1. Peterson, Albright, Miner, Bell, Henderson, and Wommack help support the Tavern. 2. "The Hand" and Earl Nelson 
seem playful. 3. Mr. and Mrs. Hesler serve cake. 4. Freshmen look somewhat bored at A.C.C. pep rally — Matty shows 
spirit, however. 5. Mr. and Mrs. Snapshot Editor. 6. Bill and Mil play Eskimo. 7. Downbeat — how cute can you get? 
8. Gus — could be missing Moon, from the look in her eye. 9. Mac and ChiChi at the Friday night Homecoming dance. 10. 
Tree, hat, Glendenning, and Hodges. 11. Grrrrrr! 12. Prospective Southwestern student. 13. Editor Sheppard in action! 
14. We can't improve on the caption in the picture. 15. Mr. and Mrs. Douglass, and Mr. and Mrs. Jones. 16. Dot Clark — 
what does mean? 




1. Foster and friends indulge in extracurric. 2. Spencer and Brown stop for a short rest on the way to town. 3. Lawhom 
and Leutwyler at the Phi Mu formal. 4. Curtis and Burns — no wonder they were beauty nominees. 5. View from Mood 
Hall balcony. 6. Joyce and Joe Dowdy demonstrate another favorite pastime — hope the Coca Cola company appreciates 
the free publicity. 7. Luther J. Waggener in spare time instructs by-standers in the fine art of miniature golf. 8. Phi Mu's 
look good from the back too. 9. Clendennin and Evans take Landrum for a plowride. 10. Elaine — hubba hubba! 




1. Freshmen show off their potential bonfire for Homecoming pep rally. 2. The pile grows — ditto the number of Fresh- 
men. 3. At the Tri Delt formal — wonder how many of 'em kissed the Blarney stone? 4. "Yea Pirates — fight! " pep rally 
following Homecoming parade — they really raised the courthouse roof. 5. Douglass and octet make beautiful music at the 
Friday night Homecoming Ball. 6. "Kat" McNallen and the beloved band — likewise at the Homecoming Ball. 




Accompan 





JOHN CAPERTON PACE, Dean 
Education, Economics 




J. NOBLE ATKINS 

Government, History 

English 




OTIS G. CARNES 

Rural Church Program Supervisor 

Sociology, Religious Education 





FRANCES COX CARNES 
Librarian 



WILLIAM LAWLEY 
Physics, Mathematics 




JULIA D. McINTYRE 
Dietitian, Home Economics 




S. KIRGAN STUBBS 
English, Journalism 




NOEMI FRANCOISE SCHUCHMAN 
Foreign Languages 




FLOYD W. THRASH 

Bible, Religious 

Education 



(not shown) 



VIVIAN JOHNSON 
Speech - Music 



C. A. MOORE 

Work Program Supervisor 

General Engineering 



MARJORIE TROTTER 

Registrar 

Business Administration 



PAUL TYSON 
Biology, Psychology, 
Chemistry 





BILLIE SUE BEST-Mexia 



HAROLD CALAME • Tehuacana 



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GLENDON CLINE- Mexia 





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MARY DEANIA COX - Mexia 



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JERRY HARDISON - Fairoaks 





ALBERT HYLTON - Mullens, 
West Virginia 



CHARLES OSBORNE - Coolidge 
"Soap" 




MRS. ALMA PATTON - Mexia 



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WALTER LEE KENNEDY - Groesbeck 



THOMAS H. PAYNE - Mexia 
"Bird" 




LADY LEOMA PEARSON 
Tehuaccma, "Sister" 



MACON PHILLIPS - Mexia 




JOHN RUSSELL PEARSON 
Tehuacana, "Bubba" 



EDWIN PLUMMER - Mexia 





JOEL RODRIQUEZ - Cotulla 




PRESTON STEPHENSON 
Fairoaks 




ARTHUR RENFRO-Riese 




BURL VINZANT - Groesbeck 



NETTIE LEE WIDNER - Mexia 



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MRS. HELEN WIMBERLY 
Wortham 



LEWIS VINZANT - Groesbeck 



SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS 



Left to right; 
Albert Hylton, 

Vice-President 
John R. Pearson 

President 




MARK WITMER - Langdon, 
N. Dakota 



Mrs. Jennie Lawley 
Secretary 



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THOMAS DYSON -M«xia 



JUNE DAVIS - Groesbeck 




FREDDIE JEAN CALAME - Tehuacana 




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JOE DILLARD - Mexia 




JOE DOMINY - Mexia 



HERMAN HITT- Mexia 





LILLIAN LIVINGSTON - Mexia 
"Lilly Bell" 



DAVID LUNT - Waco 




ALAN LITTLE - Fairoaks 



JACKIE McNATT- Mexia 





CHARLSE ANN MOODY 
Coolidge 




BARBARA ANN PRICE - Mexia 




MARILYN MOODY - Mexia 




R. HENRY PLUNKETT ■ 
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JO ELEENE SHAMBLIN- 
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HAROLD SHANKLE - Comanche 




L. OWENS -Gorman 
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JOE ROBINSON - Milano 





NEWEL FOY SANDERS - Fairoaks 



DONALD SIMS - Fairoaks 




JEAN THRASH - Tehuacana 





LAHOMA TYNER - Teague 



CHARLES WOODS -Milano 



FRESHMAN CLASS OFFICERS 




Left to right: Kenneth Calloway, Uvalde-Vice President; Barbara Ann Price, Mexia-Secretary; Charlie 
Cummings, Coolidge-President 



STUDENT COUNCIL 




Left to Right: Charlie Davis, Goldthwaite-President; Donald Sims, Fairoaks-Vice President; Lady Leoma 
Pearson, Tehuacana-Sophomore Representative; Joseph Cotton, Groesbeck-Sophomore Representative; 
(not shown) Jerry Hardison, Fairoaks-Secretary; Barbara Ann Price, Mexia-Freshman Representative; 
Harold Shankle, Comanche-Freshman Representative 



SOPHOMORE FAVORITES 



LADY LEOMA PEARSON 
FRESHMAN YEAR 
Duchess of Westminster Annual Staff 

Student Council Office Assistant 

Chorus Class Officer 

Wildcat Tales Staff 

SOPHOMORE YEAR 



Student Council 
Wildcat Tales Staff 

Editor of Annual 
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Major: 



Office Assistant 
Christmas Pageant 

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Education 







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BARBARA ANN PRICE 

Student Council 

Class Officer 

Yell Leader 

Annual Staff 

Wildcat Tales Staff 

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Student Council - Vice President 

Basketball - Co-Captain 

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Captain: Jerry Har ison, Fairoaks 
Coach: William L .wley 

Top row: Rodriquez, guard; Lawson, forward; Hylton, center; Wesson, forward; Ancira, forward; Witmer, guard; Fisher, 
guard. Bottom row: Logan, manager; Little, forward; Sims, guard; Hardison, guard; Owens, center; Miller, 
forward; Lawley, coach. 




The Westminster Wildcats clash with the Navarro Junior College Bulldogs. 




ASSEMBLY PROGRAM COMMITTEE 

Left to right: Lawrence Bounds, Freshman representative; Vivian Johnson, 
Sponsor; Nettie Lee Widner, Bessie Lou Holt, Sophomore representatives, 
and David Lunt, Freshman representative. 







MINISTERIAL AND LIFE SERVICE GROUP 

Left to right: Bob Logan, Mark Witmer, Jean Thrash, Harold Shankle, 
Ernestine Hereford, Kenneth Callaway, Freddie Henderson, Henry Plunkett, 
Arthur Renfro and David Lunt. 




WILDCAT TALES STAFF 

Left to right: Jean Thrash, 
Mrs. Sadie Stubbs, Barbara 
Ann Price, Lady Leoma Pearson, 
Charlie Woods, Mary Jean Bounds, 
Harold Calame, Robert Daniels, 
Charles Osborne and John Russell 
Pearson, Editor-in-chief. 

(not shown) 
Charlie Davis and Jerry Hardison 



ANNUAL STAFF 

Left to right: Mary Deania Cox, 
Lady Leoma Pearson, Billie Sue 
Best, Jean Thrash, "Soap" Osborne, 
Barbara Ann Price, Harold Calame, 
Bessie Lou Holt, Lawrence Bounds, 
Nettie Lee Widner and Bob Fisher. 








YELL LEADERS 

Barbara Ann Price, 
Gerry Black 
Lady Leoma "Sister" 
Pearson — Head Yell Leader 



OFFICE STAFF 

Left to right: Trotter, Registrar; 
Black, Bounds, Pearson, Tyner, 
Thrash, Cox, Moody, Gunter 





LIBRARY STAFF 

Carnes, Librarian; Calame, 
Callaway, Gunter, Hylton, 
Tyner, Rodriquez, Cox, 
reading left to right. 



BANQUET COMMITTEE 

Left to right: Price, 
Miller, Thrash, Bounds, 
Moody, Sims, Tyner, 
Moody, Calame, Wesson, 
Shamblin, McNatt, 
i Henderson, Lunt, 
Gunter, Ragland 




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JAMES ALVA PHILLIPS 
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Extending Best Wishes to the Class of '49 . . . 

Now that "finals" are over, and you go your way proudly holding your 
diploma, please accept our heartiest congratulations. Of course, in one 
real sense the "finals" are just beginning, for in the exciting business of 
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in saluting the class of 1949, and in welcoming them to 
the world of business, industry and the professions. May all 
good fortune attend you, and may you finally achieve the 
solid satisfaction that comes from successfully coping with 
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DIRECTORY 



Abbott, Carmen Jo — Beaumont, Tex. (4) 

Adair, Robert Alvin — Breckenridge, Tex. (1) 

Aderhold, Robert Lee — Georgetown, Tex. (2) 

Adkins, James Kenneth — Laredo, Tex. (2) 

Ahlberg, Dan L., Jr., — Georgetown, Tex. (3) 

Ainsworth,- Laban Linton, Jr. — Georgetown, Tex. (3) 

Ainsworth, Ted Ford — Georgetown, Tex. (5) 

Albright, Joseph Finley — San Antonio, Tex. (4) 

Allums, Beverly Lucille — Beaumont, Tex. (1) 

Anabtawi, Isam Nazmi — Haifa, Palestine (4) 

Anderegg, Ruth Dolores — Fredericksburg, Tex. (3) 

Anderson, Clifton Edward — Austin, Tex. (1) 

Anderson, Emma Ann — Farmersville, Tex. (2) 

Anderson, Harry Louis — Ft. Worth, Tex. (4) 

Anderson, Ouentin Eugene — Taylor, Tex. (4) 

Arbuckle, Ray Harris, Jr. — Elgin, Tex. (2) 

Armstrong, Jack Lyle — Chicago, 111. (4) 

Armstrong, William Louis — Chicago, 111. (4) 

Avant, James Ross — Dilley, Tex. (3) 

Aves, Lynn — Spring, Tex. (3) 

Ayres, William Albert — Ft. Worth, Tex. (4) 

Bain, Betty — San Antonio 1, Tex. (4) 

Baker, Dewey Mack — Winters, Tex. (3) 

Baker, Joe Charles — Winters, Tex. (2) 

Baker, Marlee — Austin 21, Tex. (1) 

Baker, Paul Kern — Dallas 8, Tex. (1) 

Baltzer, Jane Cornelia — Houston, Tex. (2) 

Barr. Helen Claire — Houston, Tex. (1) 

Bartak, Helen Elizabeth — Houston, Tex. (1) 

Bass, Charles Elmer — Holland, Tex. (3) 

Bass, Frank Myron — Cuero, Tex. (4) 

Bass, Kenneth Edward — Holland, Tex. (4) 

Bass, Samuel Owen — Georgetown, Tex. (4) 

Bayer, Bennie Bernard — Georgetown, Tex. (2) 

Beaver, Elizabeth Piatt — Georgetown, Tex. P.G. 

Beaver, Oras Ann — Georgetown, Tex. (1) 

Becker, Kathryn Gretchen — Houston, Tex. (1) 

Beckman, Raymond Walter — Weir, Tex. (3) 

Behrens, Carolyn Ann — Galveston, Tex. (2) 

Bell, Elmina Charlene — Gregory, Tex. (4) 

Bell, Ruth Mary — Temple, Tex. (2) 

Berthold, James A. — Dallas, Tex. (1) 

Birdwell, Sue Caroline — San Antonio, Tex. (3) 

Birkelbach, Bernard — Georgetown, Tex. (4) 

Birkelbach, Melvin Henry — Georgetown (3) 

Bisbey, Robert George — Galveston, Tex. (3) 

Black, Helen Earle — Georgetown, Tex. (4) 

Black, Lee Winn — Georgetown, Tex. (1) 



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Blanton, Paul Gorton — Houston 6, Tex. (1) 

Blasdel, Mary Emma — Richmond, Tex. (2) 

Blocksom, Clara Mae — Roswell, N. Mex. (4) 

Boone, Leslie Adams, Jr. — Temple, Tex. (3) 

Boozer, Aubrey Pierce, Jr. — Houston 9, Tex. (3) 

Bordeaux, Jeanne Lavonne — Friendswood, Tex. (3) 

Boriski, Raymond Martin — Houston, Tex. (4) 

Borrell, Oswaldo — Panama City, Rep. of Pan. (3) 

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Bowmer, Fannie Janette — San Angelo, Tex. (2) 

Box, Birdie Nell — Llano, Tex. (1) 

Box, Mason — Llano, Tex. (4) 

Box, Euel — Georgetown, Tex. (3) 

Bradley, Marye Louise — Dallas, Texas (4) 

Brahm, Richard Carl — La Marque, Tex. (3) 

Brandt, Edward D. — Elgin, Tex. (4) 

Brazil, Jessie Pat — Lometa, Tex. (4) 

Breed, Billie Thomas — Dripping Springs, Tex. (1) 

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Briggs, Tommie Ruth — Paducah, Tex. (1) 

Brigham, Patricia Ann — Houston, Tex. (1) 

Brigman, George Henry — Uvalde, Tex. (4) 

Briley, Aneita — Austin, Texas (1) 

Briley, Moneita — Austin, Tex. (2) 

Broadwell, Alice Elizabeth — Houston, Tex. (3) 

Broadwell, Helen Elaine — Houston, Tex. (1) 

Brodnax, Voldine — New London, Tex. (2) 

Brown, Billie Anne — Houston, Tex. (1) 

Brown, Doris Ann — Rocksprings, Tex. (3) 

Brown, Elizabeth Pendleton — Taylor, Tex. (2) 

Brucks, Edna Gray — Hondo, Tex. (2) 

Brucks, Jessie Darlene — Hondo, Tex. (2) 

Bryan, Gladys Barbara — Wichita Falls, Tex. (2) 

Bryan, Peggy Jo — Dallas, Tex. (2) 

Bryan, Virginia Ruth — Houston, Tex. (1) 

Bulgerin, Harold James — New Braunfels, Tex. (3) 

Burkhardt, Harold Dean — Topeka, Kansas (4) 

Burkhart, Kelly Paul — Corsicana, Tex. (1) 

Burleson, Joe Arlan — Meadow, Tex. (1) 

Burns, J. D. — Georgetown, Tex. (4) 

Burns, John Arthur — Cuero, Tex. (4) 

Burns, Joseph Henry — Cuero, Tex. (3) 

Burns, Virginia Ann — Austin, Tex. (3) 

Burton, Carol — San Antonio, Tex. (3) 



Busfield, Roger M. Jr. — Georgetown, Tex. 

Bussell, Wayman — Bay City, Tex. 

Butler, Adele — Houston, Tex. 

Butler, Edith — Breckenridge, Tex. 

Butler, Martha — Karnes City, Tex. 

Buttery, Wilburn — Llano, Tex. 

Byerley, Don — El Campo, Tex. 

Byroni, Stiles, Jr. — Georgetown, Tex. 

Cabron, Edwin — Waelder, Tex. 

Cage, Morris, Jr. — Corpus Christi, Tex. 

Calhoun, Lester — Georgetown, Tex. 

Cameron, Jean — Houston, Tex. 

Camp, Colleen — Saltillo, Mexico 

Cannon, Barbara — Henderson, Tex. 

Cardwell, John — Junction, Tex. 

Carlson, Virgil — Hutto, Tex. 

Cartwright, Jacqueline — San Augustine, Tex. 

Cary, Howard — Laredo, Tex. 

Caskey, Louie — Georgetown, Tex. 

Castanon, Gilbert — San Antonio, Tex. 

Castanon, Robert — San Antonio, Tex. 

Catlow, Tommy — Houston, Tex. 

Cavitt, Sheridan, Jr. — Bartlett, Tex. 

Cavness, Joe — Austin, Tex. 

Cayard, Wallace — Port Neches, Tex. 

Cesmirosky, Lawrence — Freeport, Tex. 

Chafin, Leo — Georgetown, Tex. 

Chafin, Mary Louise — Georgetown, Tex. 

Chafin, Oney Lee — Georgetown, Tex. 

Chamberlain, Gloria — Refugio, Tex. 

Charles, John Davis — Rockdale, Tex. 

Charles, Reginald — Rockdale, Tex. 

Churchfield, Frances — Smithville, Tex. 

Clark, Dorothy — El Campo, Tex. 

Clements, Jo Ann — Taft, Tex. 

Clendenin, Betty — Port Arthur, Tex. 

Cobb, Ben — Calvert, Tex. 

Collins, Tom — Llano, Tex. 

Cone, Jacquelyn — Randolph Field, Tex. 

Connell, Don — Longview, Tex. 

Cook, Jonell — Taft, Tex. 

Cope, Nancye — Houston, Tex. 

Copeland, Hal, Jr. — San Antonio, Tex. 

Corley, Henry — San Saba, Tex. 

Corwin, Joan — Austin, Tex. 

Crow, Patsy — Smithville, Tex. 

Crowder, Louise — Dallas, Tex. 



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Crownover, Larry — Llano, Tex. 

Crump, Betty — Uvalde, Tex. 

Culpepper, Kathryn — Tivoli, Tex. 

Curtis, Bettie — Cotulla, Tex. 

Dalchau, Ann — Llano, Tex. 

Dallas, Ben — Houston, Tex. 

Daniel, McAfee — Frost, Tex. 

Daniel, Katherine Ellen — Conroe, Tex. 

Dannelley, Patricia — Elgin, Tex. 

Dare, Milton King — Robstown, Tex. 

Darland, Preston H. — Beaumont, Tex. 

Davidson, Roger Edward — Los Angeles, Cal. 

Davis, Dawn Marie — San Antonio, Tex. 

Davis, Geneva — Houston, Tex. 

Davis, Lewis Hal — Georgetown, Tex. 

Davis, Loretta — Houston, Tex. 

Dawson, George Albert — Georgetown Tex. 

Deckard, Frances M. — Springfield, Mo. 

Dees, Matt Moss — Llano, Tex. 

De La Fosse, Martha J. — Palestine, Tex. 

De La Rosa, Luis — Mexico City, Mex. 

Delbridge, Robert Carroll — Big Spring, Tex. 

Deming, Ann — Houston, Tex. 

Dennis, Charles E. — Mineral Wells, Tex. 

Dent, Troy Joe — Timpson, Tex. 

Deschner, Evelyn M. — Laredo, Tex. 

Deschner, Henry W. — Gonzales, Tex. 

Deschner, Reinhart P — Gonzales, Tex. 

De Sirey, Donald — Georgetown, Tex. 

Desmuke, Kathryn Sue — Freer, Tex. 

Dewald, Louis F. — Florence, Tex. 

De Woody, Paul — Houston, Tex. 

Diamond, Daniel — Dallas, Tex. 

Dibrell, John L. — Georgetown, Tex. 

Dickinson, Calvin H. — Taylor, Tex. 

Dickson, Ima Lou — Ft. Worth, Tex. 

Dillard, Rebecca R. — Houston, Tex. 

Diltz, Gloria Faye — Smithville, Tex. 

Dollahon, Hazel — Andice, Tex. 

Doring, George L. — Georgetown, Tex. 

Dougherty, Jack — Corpus Christi, Tex. 

Dreyling, Blanche — Houston, Tex. 

Dubois, Rebecca — Lampasas, Tex. 

Duncan, Wallace — Alpine, Tex. 

Dusek, Marilyn L. — Granger, Tex. 

Dyche, Clara Jo — Ft. Stockton, Tex. 

Earnhardt, Barbara L. — Harlingen, Tex. 



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Eckman, Ann — Houston, Tex. 

Edens, Maurice — Georgetown, Tex. 

Edwards, Joe M. — Marlin, Tex. 

Eggen, Floyd E. — Clifton, Tex. 

Ehman, Dakota A. — Houston, Tex. 

Eimann, Gilbert A. — Brenham, Tex. 

Elliott, Robert F. — Breckenridge, Tex. 

Emmett, Martha — Stephenville, Tex. 

Evans, Joann L. — Breckenridge, Tex. 

Ezell, Laurie J. — Hull, Tex. 

Fabian, Harold — Raymondville, Tex. 

Fair, Martha — Tyler, Tex. 

Fairchild, Harvey J. — Beaumont, Tex. 

Fancher, Carroll W. — Moscow, Tex. 

Fenwick, James T. — Houston, Tex. 

Ferguson, Martha — Houston, Tex. 

Fernandez, Margie — Fishkill, N. Y. 

Finley, Frank — Austin, Tex. 

Fisher, June — Utopia, Tex. 

Fisher, Nolan — Hutto, Tex. 

Fisher, Norris — Mertens, Tex. 

Fletcher, Mary — Harper, Tex. 

Flinn, John H. — Taft, Tex. 

Fly, Richard — Hondo, Tex. 

Flynt, Hugh B. — Georgetown, Tex. 

Folse, Parker — Beaumont, Tex. 

Folse, W. Lee — Beaumont, Tex. 

Forsvall, M. Elaine — Georgetown, Tex. 

Fortinberry, Hyman Lea — Columbus, Tex. 

Foster, John W. — San Antonio, Tex. 

Foster, Nancy — Palestine, Tex. 

Foster, William C. — Cuero, Tex. 

Foust, Frances Lynell, — Georgetown, Tex. 

Fox, Beverly J. — Conroe, Tex. 

Frazer, Joseph D. — San Antonio, Tex. 

Frey, William H. — Austin, Tex. 

Frilen, Barbara H. — Dallas, Tex. 

Froelich, Robert P. — Arkansas City, Kan. 

Fromer, Charles L. — Eddy, Tex. 

Fullerton, Frederick — Taylor, Tex. 

Gaida, Edward J. — Granger, Tex. 

Gailey, Jo Ann — San Antonio, Tex. 

Galbreath, James R. — Georgetown, Tex. 

Gallagher, Robert — Breckenridge, Tex. 

Gallaway, Jim Bob — Georgetown, Tex. 

Gallaway, Katy Lou — Georgetown, Tex. 

Gallaway, Bruce — Elsa, Tex. 

Garrison, Virginia — Lufkin, Tex. 



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Gaupp, Dieter — Georgetown, Tex. (4) 

Gaupp, Peter — Georgetown, Tex. (4) 

Giddens, Winifred — Leander, Tex. C-(l) 

Giddings, Jean Anne, Beaumont, Tex. (1) 

Glendening, Margaret — McAllen, Tex. (3) 

Goethe, Arthur — Georgetown, Tex. (4) 

Goolsby, Henry O. — Leander, Tex. (1) 

Gondran, Juanita ■ — Taylor, Tex. (2) 

Gordon, Thomas W. — Georgetown, Tex. (3) 

Gore, Albert — Sinton, Tex. (2) 

Goril, Robert B. — Chicago, 111, (4) 

Gratz, Barbara — Honolulu, T. H. (3) 

Graves, Wendell L. — Longview, Tex. (2) 

Gray, Bettye Jean — Refugio, Tex. (1) 

Greathouse, C. Wade — Corpus Christi, Tex. (4) 

Green, Dana Sid — Marble Falls, Tex. (4) 

Gregory, Mary Ann — Miami, Fla. (1) 

Griffin, Byron M. — Lake Jackson, Tex. (3) 

Griffin, Everett B. — Brownsville, Tex. C-(ll 

Griffin, Fayette F. — Georgetown, Tex. (4) 

Griffith, Barbara J. — Port Neches, Tex. (2) 

Guffy, Fred H. — Belton, Tex. (1) 

Guinn, Charles E. — West Columbia, Tex. (3) 

Gunther, Robert M. — Galveston, Tex. (1) 

Guthrie, Alvin F. — Corpus Christi, Tex. (2) 

Hahn, Dorothy — Fredericksburg, Tex. P.G. 

Hallauer, Alice M. — Breckenridge, Tex. (2) 

Hammond, Thomas M. — Burnet, Tex. (4) 

Hankla, Walter — Ft. Worth, Tex. (2) 

Hanson, Rox Ann (4) 

Hardin, Edgar P. — Granger, Tex. (2) 

Hardin, Jerry W. — Dallas, Tex. (2) 

Hardin, Mima Jeanne — Bryan, Tex. (4) 

Hardin, Nell — West Columbia, Tex. (4) 

Hardy, James Monroe — Big Spring, Tex. (2) 

Harnest, Charley — San Antonio, Tex. (4) 

Harris, Carrol E. — Houston, Tex. (2) 

Harris, Boyd — San Benito, Tex. (4) 

Hartley, Billy — San Saba, Tex. (4) 

Hartwell, Edward — Houston, Tex. (3) 

Hasten, Ralph G — Jarrell, Tex. (2) 

Haster, Betty — Waco, Tex. (1) 

Hayes, Bobby A. — Conroe, Tex. (2) 

Haynes, Aubrey Hugh — Crowell, Tex. (3) 

Haynes, Lucille — Rockport, Tex. (2) 

Haynes, Robert — Salado, Tex. (3) 

Hays, Richard L. — Belton, Tex. (1) 

Heacock, Edward W. — Llano, Tex. (4) 



Head, Mertle C. — Georgetown, Tex. 
Hegar, Georgia — Houston, Tex. 
Heinsohn, Edwina — Austin, Tex. 
Helton, Marilyn — Waco, Tex. 
Henderson, Dorothy Faye — Beaumont, Tex. 
Henderson, Ethel — Georgetown, Tex. 
Henderson, Jeannine — Beaumont, Tex. 
Herrera, Pedro — Georgetown, Tex. 
Herring, Elaine — Alvin, Tex. 
Hersh, Cecil — Austin, Tex. 
Hersh, Naomi — Elizabeth, New Jersey 
Hesler, Richard Walter — Georgetown, Tex. 
Hesler, Rita Mae P. — Georgetown, Tex. 
Hewlett, Mary Kate — Taft, Tex. 
Higgins, William B. — Longview, Tex. 
Hill, Robert Lewis — Groesbeck, Tex. 
Hinson, Janet — Graham, Tex. 
Hodges, Hallie Ann — Wharton, Tex. 
Hodges, Thomas A. — Junction, Tex. 
Hoffpauir, James D. — Vidor, Tex. 
Hogan, Daniel D. — Briggs, Tex. 
Holchak, Dorothy L. — Burton, Tex. 
Hollingsworth, Beverly — Houston, Tex. 
Holloway, Henry — Hondo, Tex. 
Holloway, Patty — Baytown, Tex. 
Holloway, Robert Lee — Arlington, Tex. 
Hopingardner, Charles — Houston, Tex. 
Horn, Barbra — Palestine, Tex. 
Horstmann, Margaret A. — Cameron, Tex. 
House, Dwight R. — Artesia, New Mexico 
House, William W. — Sanderson, Tex. 
Howard, James R. — Georgetown, Tex. 
Howard, Jean — Brownsville, Tex. 
Howard, R. D. — Georgetown, Tex. 
Hubbard, Ruth — Shawnee, Okla. 
Huggins, Beulah D. — Georgetown, Tex. 
Huggins, Bill — Georgetown, Tex. 
Hulburd, Merritt — Media, Penn. 
Humble, Herman — San Antonio 
Hunt, John Gilbert — Brenham, Tex. 
Hunt, Marjorie — Angleton, Tex. 
Irvine, Louise — Georgetown, Tex. 
Irvine, Suzette — Los Angeles, Calif. 
Jackson, Bonnie — Texas City, Tex. 
Jackson, Maryneal — Stephenville, Tex. 
Jackson, Mordant T. — Marble Falls, Tex. 
James, Barbara — Corpus Christi, Tex. 
Janowski, Bronistaw — London, S.W., England 



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Jansen, Arthur O. — Georgetown, Tex. 
Jean, Lloyd A. — Georgetown, Tex. 
Johnson, Carlton — Linwood, New Jersey 
Johnson, Charles — Gladewater, Tex. 
Johnson, Ross H. — Burnet, Tex. 
Joiner, Lemuel — San Saba, Tex. 
Joiner, Robert — Tyler, Tex. 
Jones, Joann — Taft, Tex. 
Jones, Lloyd — West Columbia, Tex. 
Jordan, Beverly — Junction, Tex. 
Jordan, Gradylene — Houston, Tex. 
Jordan, Jo Ann — San Antonio, Tex. 
Kaiser, Joy — Taylor, Tex. 
Kattner, Lionel E. — Groveton, Tex. 
Keeling, Carol — Palestine, Tex. 
. Kelley, Willis — Goose Creek, Tex. 
Kenny, Rosemary — Sinton, Tex. 
Kermeth, Beryl — Houston, Tex. 
Kern, Jane — Palestine, Tex. 
Khoury, Adeeb Saleem — Nazareth, Palestine 
Khoury, Habeeb Geo. — Haifa, Palestine 
Kiker, Orbie — Rotan, Tex. 
Kilbourn, Herschel — Georgetown, Tex. 
King, Frances — Genoa, Tex. 
Kirby, Frank — San Antonio, Tex. 
Kirk, Robert Adam — Lamesa, Tex. 
Kirk, Robert Harold — Bertram, Tex. 
Knauth, Lee Roy — Florence, Tex. 
Koenig, Robert — Baytown, Tex. 
Kopecky, Daniel F. — Granger, Tex. 
Kopecky, Jack — Rowena, Tex. 
Landrum, Lawrence — Galveston, Tex. 
Landrum, Sue Ann — Galveston, Tex. 
Lane, Patricia — Longview, Tex. 
Lane, William — Georgetown, Tex. 
Laubach, James H. — Georgetown, Tex. 
Lawhorn, George Frank — Rockwall, Tex. 
Laws, Marjorie — Lufkin, Tex. 
Leatherwood, Harold D. — W. Columbia, Tex. 
Leazar, Marshall — Fredericksburg, Tex. 
Ledbetter, Curtis — Waco, Tex. 
Lee, Donald — New Braunfels, Tex. 
Lee, May Ann — Georgetown, Tex. 
Lee, Oliver J. — Georgetown, Tex. 
Leifeste, Lamar — Georgetown, Tex. 
Lengefeld, Betty — Temple, Tex. 
Leutwyler, Anna — Austin, Tex. 
Lewis, Dorothy J. — Hutto, Tex. 



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Lewis, Jimmie — Luling, Tex. 
Lewis, Ruth — Hutto, Tex. 
Liese, Kathryn — Georgetown, Tex. 
Lilly, Elizabeth — Houston, Tex. 
Lindsay, Charles — Georgetown, Tex. 
Lively, June — Alvin, Tex. 
Lockey, Edwin M. — Palestine, Tex. 
Loessin, Edgar — Houston, Tex. 
Loomer, Marian — Austin, Minn. 
Lowman, Nell — Bishop, Tex. 
Lucas, Robert — Austin, Tex. 
Lundgren, Edwin O. — Elgin, Tex. 
Lundgren, Ralph H. — Elgin, Tex. 
Luter, Geraldine — San Antonio, Tex. 
Lutonsky, Roy — Taylor, Tex. 
Lynch, Jo Ann — Bandera, Tex. 
Lynch, Richard — Hondo, Tex. 
Lyons, Johnnye F. — Georgetown, Tex. 
McCain, Ruth — Robstown, Tex. 
McCarroll, Paul — Phillips, Tex. 
McCormick, Charles — Florence, Tex. 
McCoy, Betty — Georgetown, Tex. 
McCrary, Betty — Lampasas, Tex. 
McDonald, Harvey — Georgetown, Tex. 
McDonald, Marian M. — Texas City, Tex. 
McGaughey, Lola — Albany, Tex. 
McGee, Harper — • Corpus Christi, Tex. 
McGilvray, Gloria — Houston, Tex. 
McHenry, Richard — Houston, Tex. 
Mclntyre, Thomas — Navasota, Tex. 
McKinney, Carrie F. — Beeville, Tex. 
McLean, Ruelene — Georgetown, Tex. 
McLendon, Douglas W. — Georgetown, Tex. 
McLennan, Nita Lou — Cayuga, Tex. 
McLerran, John H. — Temple, Tex. 
McLure, Dorothy — Dallas, Tex. 
McNallen, Dale P. — Breckenridge, Tex. 
McPhail, Robert W. — Houston, Tex. 
Mackenzie, Nancy — Houston, Tex. 
Mackintosh, Robert A. — Georgetown, Tex. 
Malish, Alvis M. — Leander, Tex. 
Maner, Nila Mae — Harper, Tex. 
Manley, John — Georgetown, Tex. 
Mangrum, Mildred — Waco, Tex. 
Mann, William — Georgetown, Tex. 
Marek, Ladis W. — Cameron, Tex. 
Marney, Benjamin B. — De Leon, Tex. 
Martin, Betsy — Rosenberg, Tex. 



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Martin, Patsy — Weslaco, Tex. 
Martinets, Frank E. — Granger, Tex. 
Martinka, Theresa H. — Georgetown, Tex. 
Mason, Robert — Burnet, Tex. 
Massey, Robert — Jarrell, Tex. 
Mathison, Malcolm — Texarkana, Tex. 
Matthews, Joan — Center, Tex. 
Matthews, Gerald — Baytown, Tex. 
Matthews, Marjorie — Sinton, Tex. 
Matty, Dorothy — Wichita Falls, Tex. 
Maurice, Robert — Albuquerque, N. Mexico 
May, Warren R. — Georgetown, Tex. 
Mayfield, Alice — Louise, Tex. 
Mays, Weldon — Texarkana, Tex. 
Mays, W. Eldon — Texarkana, Tex. 
Means, Allin — San Antonio, Tex. 
Medley, Nancy — Georgetown, Tex. 
Melton, Frances — Fredericksburg, Tex. 
Meredith, Lawrence — Dallas, Tex. 
Merritt, George H. — Uvalde, Tex. 
Messer, Robert — Belton, Tex. 
Michael, George — Houston, Tex. 
Michalka, Lawrence — Cameron, Tex. 
Mick, Homer — Sinton, Tex. 
Miller, Royce Gene — Hallettsville, Tex. 
Miller, Wilbert Otto — Bartlett, Tex. 
Miner, Frances — Ft. Worth, Tex. 
Mitchell, George — Houston, Tex. 
Mitchell, Joe — Kosse, Tex. 
Monkhouse, Charles — Hondo, Tex. 
Montgomery, Frankie Jo — Georgetown, Tex. 
Montgomery, Robert — Three Rivers, Tex. 
Moon, Richard — Upper Sandusky, Ohio 
Moore, Joyce Ann — Navasota, Tex. 
Moore, Kent Oakley — San Antonio, Tex. 
Moore, Robert — Van, Tex. 
Morris, Curtis — Longview, Tex. 
Morris, Rosemary — Longview, Tex. 
Morrison, Gilbert — Beaumont, Tex. 
Morton, Baker — Coleman, Tex. 
Mumme, David — Georgetown, Tex. 
Munger, Marilee — Naperville, 111. 
Munson, Leslie — Georgetown, Tex. 
Munson, Ruth — East Columbia, Tex. 
Murphy, Betty Joe — Bryan, Tex. 
Murray, Jack — Wharton, Tex. 
Musch, C. C. — McAllen, Tex. 
Myers, Nancy — Sulphur Springs, Tex. 



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Nagel, Kyle — Edna, Tex. 

Neal, Luther — Hillsboro, Tex. 

Nelson, George — Taylor, Tex. 

Nelson, Wilburn Earl — Ingleside, Tex. 

Newton, Bonnie Jo — Bertram, Tex. 

Nicholson, Barbara — Spring, Tex. 

Nixon, Charles — Lockhart, Tex. 

Norman, Robert — San Benito, Tex. 

Norwood, John — Carrizo Springs, Tex. 

Oakes, Jo Ann — Cotulla, Tex. 

Oakley, Harvey — Carlton, Tex. 

O'Donnell, Guthrie — Burnet, Tex. 

O'Neal, Joyce — Port Arthur, Tex. 

Overton, Patsy — Hutto, Tex. 

Owen, Patricia — Pine Bluff, Ark. 

Pace, Betty — Brownsville, Tex. 

Pace, Thomas — Iowa Park, Tex. 

Palmer, William — Port Arthur, Tex. 

Pardo, Jeanne — Odessa, Tex. 

Parker, Ronald W. — Georgetown, Tex. 

Parmlee, Dan — Houston, Tex. 

Parr, Ann — Amarillo, Tex. 

Pate, Robert J. — Woodville, Tex. 

Patterson, Alice Anne — Junction, Tex. 

Patterson, Henry Milton — Georgetown, Tex. 

Patterson, Robert Samuel — Lufkin, Tex. 

Peacock, Joyce — Beeville, Tex. 

Pearson, Floyd E. — Breckenridge, Tex. 

Peaslee, Jan — Georgetown, Tex. 

Peavey, Robert — Indianapolis, Ind. 

Pennington, Donald — Georgetown, Tex. 

Pennybacker, Robert — Austin, Tex. 

Perry, Martha Alice — Paducah, Tex. 

Perry, Virginia — Harlingen, Tex. 

Peterman, Lester — Fredericksburg, Tex. 

Peters, Elizabeth — Temple, Tex. 

Peterson, Althea — Houston, Tex. 

Petrie, Harry E. — Cedar Lake, Ind. 

Phillips, Basil — Georgetown, Tex. 

Phillips, Martha Ann — Houston, Tex. 

Pieper, Ben — Dallas, Tex. 

Piper, John — Burnet, Tex. 

Pitcock, Louis — Graham, Tex. 

Piatt, John Wesley — Granger, Tex. 

Ponder, Charles — Bartlett, Tex. 

Pool, Thomas W. — Valley Mills, Tex. 

Poteet, Ralph — Georgetown, Tex. 



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Powell, Betty — Bryan, Tex. 
Priest, Henry — Georgetown, Tex. 
Priest, John — Georgetown, Tex. 
Priest, Noel — Georgetown, Tex. 
Prigmore, George — Cleburne, Tex. 
Pry, Arthur — Anahuac, Tex. 
Pry, Guy — Anahuac, Tex. 
Purgason, Judy — Dallas, Tex. 
Puryear, John Wesley — Ashwood, Tex. 
Ouigley, Richard — Sinton, Tex. 
Rader, William Paul, — Georgetown, Tex. 
Ragsdale, Oleta — San Saba, Tex. 
Ramey, James — Georgetown, Tex. 
Ranfranz, Mary Alice — Houston, Tex. 
Rankin, William — Galveston, Tex. 
Rathman, Raymond F. — Lampasas, Tex. 
Ray, Joseph — Dallas, Tex. 
Reed, Cecil — Florence, Tex. 
Reed, Lewis — Holland, Tex. 
Reed, Roberta — Holland, Tex. 
Reese, Phyllis — Hobbs, New Mexico 
Reeves, Edward — Manor, Tex. 
Renick, Mrs. Myrtle O — Florence, Tex. 
Reta, Felix — Taylor, Tex. 
Reynolds, Harold — Georgetown, Tex. 
Richardson, Betty Lou — Mexia, Tex. 
Richardson, Perry — Houston, Tex. 
Riemenschneider, Henry — Yoakum, Tex. 
Rivers, Birdie Maxine — Pleasanton, Tex. 
Rivet, Bettye — Beaumont, Tex. 
Robbins, Virginia — Austin, Tex. 
Roberson, Marilyn — Breckenridge, Tex. 
Roberts, Carroll Harry — Beaumont, Tex. 
Roberts, Josephine — Uvalde, Tex. 
Robertson, Caroline — Austin, Tex. 
Robertson, Ray — Taylor, Tex. 
Robinson, Billy G. — Mt. Pleasant, Tex. 
Robinson, Virginia — Edna, Tex. 
Roesler, Don — Corpus Christi, Tex. 
Roesler, Nancy — Corpus Christi, Tex. 
Rosenblad, Ben — Taylor, Tex. 
Ross, Ella Kathryn — Sonora, Tex. 
Rosson, Susan — Cameron, Tex. 
Rowntree, Kuhn — Lampasas, Tex. 
Runk, Charles Ernst — Alice, Tex. 
Russell, James — San Antonio, Tex. 
Russell, Ralph — Houston, Tex. 



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Rutledge, Lois — San Antonio, Tex. (2) 

Sadler, Joyce — Houston, Tex. (2) 

Saegert, Louis — Killeen, Tex. (1) 
Samuel, Allaha Rakha — Raewind, W. Panjab, Pakistan (5) 

Samuel, Daisy — West Punjab, Pakistan (5) 

Sandberg, Bonnie — Georgetown, Tex. (1) 

Sargent, Cecil Gilbert — San Antonio, Tex. (1) 

Satterwhite, Edith — Buckholts, Tex. (1) 

Scarbrough, James — Houston, Tex. (4) 

Schmidt, Evelyn — Genoa, Tex. (4) 

Schroeder, Donna — New Holland, 111. (1) 

Schulze, David Lee — Woodward, Tex. (1) 

Schulze, Fritz — Brenham, Tex. (4) 

Schulze, John Paul — Woodward, Tex. (2) 

Schwab, Edward — Galveston, Tex. (1) 

Schwarzer, Bessie — Austin, Tex. (4) 

Scoggins, Robert — Georgetown, Tex. (1) 

Scott, Albert D. — Whitney, Tex. (4) 

Scott, Bennett N. — Georgetown, Tex. (4) 

Seale, E. Y. — San Antonio, Tex. (4) 

Searcy, Jack — Mineral Wells, Tex. (2) 

Sells, George — Orange, Tex. (2) 

Sells, Traylor Dixon — Orange, Texas (2) 

Selvey, Harold — Georgetown, Tex. (1) 

Severn, Harry Frank — Austin, Tex. (1) 

Sharp, Jack — Corpus Christi, Tex. (1) 

Shell, Turner — Georgetown, Tex. (3) 

Shelley, J. Charles — Rogers, Tex. (3) 

Sheppard, Henry — Cuero, Tex. (4) 

Sheppard, Gillette — Cuero, Tex. (2) 

Shires, J. D. — Georgetown, Tex. (4) 

Shult, Norma Ruth — El Campo, Tex. (3) 

Sides, Agnes H. — Georgetown, Tex. (2) 

Simmons, Gordon — Temple, Tex. (1) 

Simmons, Hobert — Temple, Tex. (3) 

Sinclair, Charles — Laredo, Tex. (1) 

Sivells, Charles — Georgetown, Tex. (1) 

Skelton, Barbara Gail — Houston, Tex. (3) 

Sladek, Billy Gene — Taylor, Tex. (1) 

Slaughter, Mercer — Brady, Tex. (1) 

Sloat, Eleanor — Houston, Tex. (1) 

Smith, Stanley — Georgetown, Tex. (1) 

Smith, Helen Marie — Lampasas, Tex. (1) 

Smith, Sally Tom — Llano, Tex. (2) 

Smith, Shelley — Georgetown, Tex. (3) 

Smoot, Sallie — Houston, Tex. (1) 

Sneed, Barbara — Galena Park, Tex. (1) 

Snipes, Jack C. — Georgetown, Tex. (4) 



Snoga, Jimmy — Calliham, Tex. 

Snowdy, Louis — Georgetown, Tex. 

Spann, Harold — Gladewater, Tex. 

Spaw, Joy — Harlingen, Tex. 

Spellman, Norman — Seguin, Tex. 

Spencer, Virginia — Donna, Tex. 

Springfield, William — Ennis, Texas 

Stansell, Joe — Killeen, Tex. 

Stapp, Grover J. — Florence, Tex. 

Stearns, Duane — Sinton, Tex. 

Steinman, Willo — Charlotte, Tex. 

Stewart, Harriet — Texas City, Tex. 

Stockard, Buford C. — Burnet, Tex. 

Stockton, Don — Daisetta, Tex. 

Stone, Charles — New Orleans, Tex. 

Stonecipher, Donald — Houston, Tex. 

Strange, Merrill — Mart, Tex. 

Strickland, Reuben — Marshall, Tex. 

Stubblefield, L. J. — Georgetown, Tex. 

Sutherland, Ina — Uvalde, Tex. 

Swenson, Clyde H. — Georgetown, Tex. 

Swenson, Glen T. — Austin, Tex. 

Switzer, Fred — Cuero, Tex. 

Tansend, Ralph Charles — Georgetown, Tex. 

Taylor, Harry Lay — Georgetown, Tex. 

Taylor, Phyllis — Crystal City, Tex. 

Tell, Almon B. — Georgetown, Tex. 

Terry, Joyce — Palacios, Tex. 

Terry, Winona Lee — Lufkin, Tex. 

Thompson, John Hart — Marlin, Tex. 

Thornall, Madge — Houston, Tex. 

Tidwell, Betty Gayle — Sinton, Tex. 

Tittle, Rebecca Ann — Brownsville, Tex. 

Toleman, Thomas O. — Georgetown, Tex. 

Toliver, Gayle — Georgetown, Tex. 

Tooley, Lester — Dallas, Tex. 

Townsend, Giles Mayes — Georgetown, Tex. 

Trahan, Phyllis — Austin, Tex. 

Traylor, Patricia — Uvalde, Tex. 

Treibs, Harold — Fredericksburg, Tex. 

Trout, Ethel — Texas City, Tex. 

Turner, William — Georgetown, Tex. 

Vandiver, Darrell — McAllen, Tex. 

Vaughn, Frances — Bay City, Tex. 

Vern, Myriam — Houston, Tex. 

Vernon, William — Big Spring, Tex. 

Vicari, Henry — Taylor, Tex. 

Vineyard, Lynn — Wharton, Tex. 



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Vineyard, Mrs. Maribeth — Glen Flora, Tex. 
Vivion, Belle — Tyler, Tex. 
Wagner, Elaine — S. Houston, Tex. 
Walker, Lucile — Cleburne, Tex. 
Walton, Grady — Center Point, Tex. 
Walton, John Wesley — Center Point, Tex. 
Ward, Rex Ann — Henderson, Tex. 
Warren, Avard Cawood — Salado, Tex. 
Warren, Ernestine — Henderson, Tex. 
Warren, Forrest S. — Crockett, Tex. 
Warren, Thomas B. — Ennis, Tex. 
Wasson, Mary Jane — Bonne Terre, Mo. 
Webb, Chester — Austin, Tex. 
Webb, Mary Lynn — Elgin, Tex. 
Weber, L. Oliver — Taylor, Tex. 
Webernick, Nelson- — Georgetown, Tex. 
Webster, Patricia — Galveston, Tex. 
Weeks, Catherine — Pasadena, Tex. 
Weisinger, Thomas — Conroe, Tex. 
Weiss, Leroy — Seguin, Tex. 
Weston, Margaret — Houston, Tex. 
Weyman, Robert — San Antonio, Tex. 
White, Edward P. — Mobile, Ala. 
White, Frank — Breckenridge, Tex. 
White, James Frank — Bay City, Tex. 
White, L. Eugene — Taylor, Tex. 
White, Mary Virginia — Alvin, Tex. 
Widmer, Herschel Otis — Georgetown, Tex. 
Wiggins, John — Georgetown, Tex. 
Wilkerson, B. V. — Houston, Tex. 
Williams, Barney — Indian Head, Md. 
Williams, Betty Lou — Belton, Tex. 
Williams, Eva Jo — Lampasas, Tex. 



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Williams, James Earl — Tomball, Tex. 
Williams, Lester S. — Bertram, Tex. 
Wiliiams, Martha Jane — Crockett, Tex. 
Williams, Richard Earl — Cameron, Tex. 
Willmann, Mildred L. — Art, Tex. 
Wilson, Bennett — Longview, Tex. 
Wilson, Hilry C. — Round Rock, Tex. 
Wilson, Jessie — Ft. Worth, Tex. 
Wilson, Robert — Burnet, Tex. 
Wilson, Yvonne — Silsbee, Tex. 
Winder, Anna Beth — Gruver, Tex. 
Winfrey, Margaret Alice — Daisetta, Tex. 
Wolfe, Donald — Georgetown, Tex. 
Wolfe, Duane — Houston, Tex. 
Wolfer, Kathryn — Houston, Tex. 
Wommack, Mitchell — Palestine, Tex. 
Wood, Eugene — San Antonio, Tex. 
Wood, Joan — Georgetown, Tex. 
Wood, Margarette — Georgetown, Tex. 
Wood, Wilbur — Georgetown, Tex. 
Woods, Billie — Seguin, Tex. 
Woolsey, Claude — Temple, Tex. 
Wooten, Odell Oscar — Bertram, Tex. 
Wooten, William — Georgetown, Tex. 
Worth, Beth — Houston, Tex. 
Wyatt, Richard (Clem) — Rockdale, Tex. 
Yeaman, John — Laredo, Tex. 
Yelverton, James H. — Riverside, Tex. 
Young, Joan — Georgetown, Tex. 
Young, Joe — Creedmoor, Tex. 
Young, Ruth — Georgetown, Tex. 
Youngblood, James — Beaumont, Tex. 
Zaccaria, Attilio — Oakville, Conn. 



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